Legal Updates

18 May 2021

Top 10 tips for senior executives negotiating an exit

We are in uncertain times and, sadly, the reality is that some businesses are suffering more than others.  The impact of the pandemic, coupled with rising prices and continued uncertainty in the global economy means that some businesses may have to put cost-cutting measures in place in the near and mid-term future.  For some individuals this will result in their role being put at risk of redundancy.

Moira Campbell

18 May 2021

Recovering function and mobility after a spinal epidural haematoma

When surgical treatment of a spinal epidural haematoma is negligently delayed, what neurological and functional recovery a person would likely have had absent the negligence, is often a key battle ground between the parties.

Aideen McGarry

18 May 2021

Sports and Spinal Cord Injury

Sports/sporting injuries are the third largest cause of spinal cord injury in the UK. Through the implementation of better health and safety standards in sport, there has been a decrease in the number of spinal cord injuries sustained during sports such as American football, rugby, motor sports and equestrianism.

Laura Sylvester

17 May 2021

The importance of LGBTQ+ spaces on International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

On this day each year, over 130 countries around the world seek to celebrate sexual and gender diversities and draw attention to the various forms of discrimination and violence that the LGBTQ+ community continue to experience. 

Emily Elliott

17 May 2021

Causes of Spinal Cord Injury

There are many different causes of spinal injury and the purpose of this blog, is to focus on the biggest cause of spinal injuries. Hard as it is to believe, it is actually individuals falling that makes up the most common cause of spinal cord injury.

Laura Sylvester

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