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Guidance on making staff take holiday during the Coronavirus outbreak

By Cloisters - Employment | May 19, 2020 | Comments Off on Guidance on making staff take holiday during the Coronavirus outbreak

In this article, Declan O’Dempsey considers the implications of the Guidance issued by the government…

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Second edition released of Cloisters Toolkit: Returning to work in the time of Coronavirus

By Cloisters - Employment | May 12, 2020 | Comments Off on Second edition released of Cloisters Toolkit: Returning to work in the time of Coronavirus

A second edition of Cloisters Toolkit: Returning to work in the time of Coronavirus is…

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COVID-19: The human rights and equality implications of Coronavirus for Coroners and inquest lawyers

By Cloisters - Human Rights | May 12, 2020 | Comments Off on COVID-19: The human rights and equality implications of Coronavirus for Coroners and inquest lawyers

As part of our series considering the human rights and equality implications of Covid-19, Tamar Burton…

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Cloisters Barristers Demonstrate Virtual CCMC

By Cloisters | May 8, 2020 | Comments Off on Cloisters Barristers Demonstrate Virtual CCMC

A group of barristers from the personal injury and clinical negligence practice group within Cloisters…

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Coronavirus: locking the over 70’s away?

By Cloisters - Human Rights | May 1, 2020 | Comments Off on Coronavirus: locking the over 70’s away?

As part of our series considering the human rights and equality implications of Covid-19, Declan O’Dempsey considers…

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PPE & sex discrimination claims

By Cloisters - Discrimination and Equality | April 29, 2020 | Comments Off on PPE & sex discrimination claims

The media is currently saturated with reports concerning the absence of adequate Personal Protective Equipment…

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Resuscitation and the value of a disabled person’s life: Triaging and Covid19

By Cloisters - Human Rights | April 22, 2020 | Comments Off on Resuscitation and the value of a disabled person’s life: Triaging and Covid19

Cloisters Human Rights team are considering a range of issues that arise in respect of…

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Case management in the time of Covid-19

By Cloisters | April 20, 2020 | Comments Off on Case management in the time of Covid-19

The Presidential Guidance issued on 18 March 2020 included encouragement to parties and judges to…

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Furlough Furore: the Treasury Direction and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

By Cloisters | April 17, 2020 | Comments Off on Furlough Furore: the Treasury Direction and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Furlough Furore: the Treasury Direction and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme On 15 April 2020…

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Covid-19: Furlough and job retention: Key issues for Employment Lawyers (UPDATED 11.04.2020)

By Cloisters | April 11, 2020 | Comments Off on Covid-19: Furlough and job retention: Key issues for Employment Lawyers (UPDATED 11.04.2020)
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UPDATED 11.04.2020: Covid-19: Furlough and job retention: Key issues for Employment Lawyers By Daniel Dyal…

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#PPE Are doctors entitled to refuse treatment to Covid-19 patients? What are the regulatory & employment law conseq… https://t.co/uqaMyPzbon
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RT @CasparQC: Looking forward to my first 1,000 person webinar tomorrow. Can’t be as bad as when a 3 Judge Court of Appeal is in full hue…
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Our latest blog from Declan O'Dempsey considers the implications of the government guidance issued on 13 May 2020 r… https://t.co/5bIUXVf0z6
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This expert advice on the extent to which doctors and nurses can refuse to treat Covid-19 patients and stay within… https://t.co/yYMUpYZO4y