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Season's greetings from Wright Hassall! Welcome to a festive themed second episode of The WHorld of Employment Law with Kash Dosanjh, Associate and Sarah Price, Solicitor as they discuss Christmas parties. During the episode, Kash and Sarah discuss common issues that they have come across as a result of work parties and offer advice to employers on what they can do to mitigate this risk.Read article
Fears that remote consultations with GPs could be unsafe, leading to misdiagnosis of cancers and other potentially life-threatening conditions, such as stroke and heart attack symptoms, have been largely assuaged by a recent Oxford University-led research study 'Remote by Default'. Having looked at the connection between remote consultations and safety incidents it concluded that for most patients the risks are minimal.Read article
'Hope value' was originally introduced to ensure that landowners would receive existing use value (EUV) of their land, plus a premium to reflect future lost earnings. Many now argue that such payments are anachronistic and responsible for the artificial inflation of land prices, so the the Levelling Up and Regeneration Act 2023 (LURA) now gives the Secretary of State the ability to remove, or cap, hope value from CPO-related compensation payments.Read article
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