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Opinion  |  02:12:22
Why RWK Goodman supports National Grief Awareness Week 2022
Ali Cloak explains the goals of National Grief Awareness Week and what you can do to get involved.
Opinion  |  02:12:22
Power is shifting to subcontractors
With suppliers in a better position to call the shots on contract terms, the industry must recalibrate its approach to risk management. The construction industry is immersed in a storm of circumstances impacting the...
Uncategorised  |  02:12:22
Leading care home portfolio in Bristol and South Gloucestershire sold to Allegra Care and Moorfield Group
We have recently advised the shareholders of Grove Care on the sale of its four care homes. The sale comprises Olive Tree House and Rose Garden in Patchway, Bristol, and Blossom Fields and The Grove in Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire. The homes have...
International Child Abduction Lawyer
Opinion  |  28:11:22
International child abduction – what you need to know about the law and your rights
If a parent removes a child from the United Kingdom without the permission of the other parent or a Court Order, then this is regarded as a criminal offence in the UK.
Podcast  |  24:11:22
Intellectual Property: The Basics | Legal Thinking Podcast
Our podcast welcomes experts in the Oxfordshire housing market to give their insights for people considering buying or selling property in the area.
News  |  23:11:22
RWK Goodman advise on management buy-out of Rygor
We have recently advised the shareholders of the Rygor group, the UK’s largest Mercedes-Benz commercial franchise partner, on its successful management buyout. The well-respected dealer group has been bought by John Keogh, who was...
Opinion  |  23:11:22
Is cerebral palsy a result of medical malpractice?
Kerstin Scheel explains what causes cerebral palsy and when the condition may be a result of medical negligence.
Doctor indicates brain injury on brain scans
Opinion  |  23:11:22
How to prove a brain injury
Stuart Brazington explains what you need to know about proving brain damage following a traumatic brain injury.
Case Study  |  23:11:22
Compensation recovered for former British Uralite and Hick, Hargreaves & Co employee who developed mesothelioma
Ken was exposed to asbestos during his employment at British Uralite Plc between 1958 and 1959. His role involved moulding asbestos cement by using different sized wooden moulds to create pipes and guttering. As...
National |Minimum Wage
Opinion  |  22:11:22
National minimum wage rises – can employers bear the brunt?
The Autumn Statement delivered by Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt on 17 November confirmed the new national minimum wage rates and in particular that the national living wage was going up from £9.50 to £10.42. All...
Opinion  |  18:11:22
The Autumn Statement 2022 and the likely impact on Employers
Recently we have become used to greeting autumn statements, budgets and the unveiling of fiscal events with trepidation usually reserved for the results of a medical examination. The chancellor’s autumn statement of 17 November...
Opinion  |  17:11:22
Improving patient safety: How can patients be protected from medication related harm?
Earlier this year, NHS Resolution, who are the arm of the NHS responsible for delivering fair resolution of disputes and learning from harm to improve safety, published updated guidance into the prevention of medication...
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