Terry Donovan has written a guest blog which appeared on the Association of Personal Injury Lawyer's website on the 18th November 2014.
 
"The Government will soon introduce regulations that require all NHS providers to comply with a statutory duty of candour.  The General Medical Council and Nursing and Midwifery Council have welcomed this, and have introduced their combined draft guidance in a document headed “Openness and honesty when things go wrong: the professional duty of candour”."

Suzanne Farg gives guidance in the Personal Injury Law Journal on pursuing clinical negligence claims for ‘wrongful conception’ and ‘wrongful birth’.

Following the ruling from a senior judge that the Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary acted illegally in his handling of legal aid reforms, President of the LCCSA and Head of Kingsley Napley's Regulatory team Nicola Hill comments for www.politics.co.uk  The successful judicial review was led by Adam Chapman, Head of Kingsley Napley's Public Law team. 

Kingsley Napley LLP acted for the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association and the Criminal Law Solicitors Association in their successful Judicial Review of the Lord Chancellor’s proposed ‘reforms’ of criminal legal aid.

 

As contributing editor to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Immigration 2014, Nick Rollason, Partner and Head of Immigration at Kingsley Napley has written a chapter entitled ‘How the UK Outsourced Immigration’ which you can read online or a printable version here.

Nick and immigration partner, Ilda De Sousa have also written the UK section of the jurisdiction chapters in the guide, which you can read online or a printable version here.

The guide, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, provides a practical cross-border insight into corporate immigration law and features contributions from the world’s leading law firms and immigration lawyers.