Infected Blood Inquiry update

Our final witness for this week, Colette Wintle, is about to begin giving her evidence. You can follow it

Day 4 of the Blood Inquiry

Day 4 update from our hard-working team in #London @bloodinquiry – today we saw first real insight into psychological

Infected Blood Inquiry – Milners’ opening submission on behalf of core participants

THE Infected Blood Inquiry has been branded “the biggest treatment scandal in the history of the NHS”. The panel

“The inquiry cannot turn the clock back, but what it can do is to establish the truth”

SO said our opening submission on behalf of core participants in the Infected Blood Inquiry. That was presented at

Can we talk? Why solicitors and their human touch are least at risk from robot technology 

WE would all admit that the advances in technology we have witnessed over the past few decades have been fantastic. These innovations have changed the way we live, making our working lives easier and everything quicker. In particular, it has changed the way we communicate with each other. These days we use email and text messages to communicate, and with mobile phones we are always able to keep in touch no matter where we are. It is

Striking the wrong note: how legal disharmony has broken out over the Queen of Soul’s dying wishes  

SHE was one of the world’s legendary music stars, dubbed the Queen of Soul. But a right Royal row

Falling foul of new staff pay law could leave employers facing the music

The unveiling of Zoe Ball as the new host of BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show has turned up the

Hug-gate! Ted Baker allegations put the squeeze on sexual harassment in the workplace

A WARM greeting – or inappropriate behaviour? It’s a question that has been thrust into the employment law spotlight