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February 5, 2018 - Guidance

Hot on the heels of the PP case, in January 2018 the Office of the Public Guardian has offered an updated practice note for attorneys and deputies. There are some very helpful reminders for attorneys and deputies in this note. The definition of a gift is wider than many people would think and the OPG […]


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January 16, 2018 - Guidance

Citation numbers [2015] EWCOP 93 and [2016] EWCOP 65 Case Impact in Brief If you are acting as an attorney, there are very clear rules about what you can give away and what you can’t. Unfortunately not everybody seems to know them.  In this case the attorneys seem to have sought advice but not from […]


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April 6, 2017 - Case Update

A recent case warns attorneys about higher risk investments that benefit the attorney personally through IHT reliefs.


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May 31, 2016 - Guidance

The Public Guardian has issued new guidance about gifting for someone acting as a deputy or attorney.


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July 28, 2015 - Case Update

This case involved a girl, A, who was 18 at the time of the decision.  She had been born prematurely but a few days after she went home, she had respiratory problems and became extremely pale. Her mother took her to the GP who told her not to worry and to take her home. Soon […]


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17 Jan 2020

Ethical veganism is a philosophical belief subject to protection under the Equality Act 2010

Employment tribunal judge was 'overwhelmingly' satisfied that ethical veganism met the necessary tests

13 Jan 2020

Threat to dismiss employee for refusing to work for client after Working Time Regulations breach was a detrimental act

EAT: threat was materially influenced by employee's refusal to work at site after rest break refused.

10 Jan 2020

Exempt Charity Status – What does this mean for Schools and Academies?

We look here at what it means for a school or academy trust to be an exempt charity and how they can comply with their duties.