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Opinion  |  21:03:23
New Minimum Salary Rates Announced for Skilled Worker Visa Holders
The government have announced fresh changes to the Immigration Rules affecting sponsor licence holders and associated skilled workers, due to come into effect in April 2023.
Acquiring a care home
Opinion  |  20:03:23
Acquiring a care business: the importance of workforce due diligence
When acquiring a business in the health and social care sector, there are some key issues which can hold up exchange and completion if not dealt with proactively from the outset.
Podcast  |  17:03:23
Why everyone is talking about Silicon Valley Bank | Legal Thinking Podcast
 You can also listen to our podcast on your podcast platform of choice – find it here > Hello and welcome to Legal Thinking from RWK Goodman. I’m Liam Pape. In this episode...
Opinion  |  16:03:23
Can ChatGPT be a lawyer? What you need to know about AI-generated content and the law
In recent years, artificial intelligence has served as a disruptor to many industries and the arrival of ChatGPT has added fuel to the disruption. ChatGPT is a large language model developed by OpenAI. The...
Opinion  |  14:03:23
Employee disciplinaries or grievances – how to ensure your internal investigation report is legally privileged
James Sage and Chris Amys explain legal professional privilege and provide tips on preparing legally privileged internal investigation reports.
News  |  13:03:23
RWK Goodman and Bishop Fleming advise Sterimed on its acquisition of Granton Medical, a leading provider of medical packaging solutions in the UK
Sterimed Group, through its UK subsidiary Westfield Medical, has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Granton Medical, a leading manufacturer of sterilization pouches and provider of packing services for the medical device...
Opinion  |  13:03:23
What is a cardiac lesion and can it be missed? What you need to know
In clinical negligence litigation, as in everything else, you can see trends emerge over time; history famously doesn’t repeat itself, but it tends to rhyme. Over the past few years, I have noticed a...
Podcast  |  09:03:23
Crypto fraud – red flags and how to take action when you’ve been scammed | Legal Thinking Podcast
 You can also listen to our podcast on your podcast platform of choice – find it here > Welcome to this episode. This time we’re talking crypto fraud with Head of Dispute Resolution...
Case Study  |  09:03:23
Settlement for former ship fitter who developed mesothelioma
Mr S instructed Sarah Wolf, a specialist asbestos disease partner in our London office, having consulted the support group, HASAG, following his development of mesothelioma. He had been heavily exposed to asbestos as a...
Case Study  |  07:03:23
Over £1 million secured for stroke as a result of negligent hospital care
B was a healthy 27 year old when he was diagnosed with a severe flu virus. He became very ill and was admitted to ITU, and was in such a poor condition that he...
Case Study  |  07:03:23
Compensation secured for mum who suffered bladder damage during birth of second child
During E’s second pregnancy, she was confident that consultant led care would identify any complications. However, a series of errors led to her sustaining a permanent bladder injury.
News  |  02:03:23
RWK Goodman advises the shareholders of ihorizon
We have advised the shareholders of Horizon Accounts Limited, one of the UK’s leading accounting companies focused on the tech start-up ecosystem, on the sale of ihorizon to Cooper Parry, the UK accountancy and...
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