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 Natalie Marrison
  July 10, 2020
Specialists at Great Ormond Street Hospital have described the rise in child abuse cases during lockdown as a ‘silent pandemic’, as the number of new cases at its head trauma unit has risen by 1,493% compared with the previous three years.
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 Gareth Dando
  July 8, 2020
The Government has now announced a handful of creative schemes aimed at minimising the economic impact of COVID-19 and saving as many jobs as possible.
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 Natalie Marrison
  June 24, 2020
Children’s Minister, Vicky Ford, has failed to address serious concerns raised by Become, the national charity for children in respect of the emergency measures implemented at the start of lockdown.
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 Adam Cockroft
  June 12, 2020
Recently we have seen an increase in enquiries from clients about putting in place cross option agreements. It is not uncommon for the shareholders of a private limited company, often those run by owner-managers, to take out insurance policies on their own lives which pay out on the death of the insured shareholder.
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 Natalie Marrison
  June 9, 2020
​In recent weeks it has come to light that the number of care home deaths due to the coronavirus pandemic amount to almost a third of the fatalities. Therefore, it is no surprise that the government faces the prospect of Judicial Review due to the policy regarding moving COVID-19 patients into care homes.
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 Natalie Marrison
  June 2, 2020
In a time of social distancing Natalie Marrison, Head of Personal Injury at Ramsdens and Howard Elgot, Barrister at Parklane Plowden Cambers fielded an interactive session where they discussed methods to optimise engagement and delivery of case management during COVID-19 from a legal and clinical perspective.
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 Gareth Dando
  June 1, 2020
More details were issued on the extension of the furlough scheme to 31st Oct and the changes that will take place at the end of July.
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 Laura Whiteley
  May 27, 2020
​As we enter another week of having to deal with Covid-19, many of us are now reflecting on the recent past, missing the “normality” of being able to go to the shops, see family and friends and even just go for a walk without having to don a mask, gloves and maintain a distance of at least 2 metres.
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