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From thought leadership pieces to basic training resources, our lawyers regularly produce leaflets, briefings, newsletters and brochures. Our aim is to help keep our clients ahead of the curve.

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Litigation Know How: Staying Ahead of the Game – Autumn 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of the Litigation Know How brief, prepared by Devonshires’ Commercial Litigation team.
260,000 diabetes patients ‘experienced medication error in hospital last year’
Diabetes UK has warned that more than 260,000 diabetes inpatients experienced a medication error at hospital in 2017, 9,600 of whom suffered serious and potentially life-threatening episodes of hypoglycaemia as a result of poor insulin management. The charity is calling on hospital to adopt measures to improve patient experience for people with diabetes and reduce
Commercial Litigation Seminar Programme 2018/19
Devonshires Construction Team is pleased to present the 2018/19 Commercial Litigation Seminar Programme.
Construction Seminar Programme 2018 /19
Devonshires Construction Team is pleased to present the 2018/19 Construction Seminar programme. Invitations outlining programme and speaker details will be issued for each event. To sign up to our mailing list to receive each invitation or for more information please provide your details by clicking here and selecting the ‘Construction & Engineering’ tick box.   Programme: Delays
Leasehold Management Brief: Issue 5
In this edition of Leasehold Brief, we highlight notable recent decisions in the Tribunals regarding interim fire safety measures as well as highlighting the issues arising out of lease extensions and the difficulties faced with an absentee landlord. Our “Ask the Expert” section looks at recovering aged service charge arrears and we also consider whether
Leasehold Management Training Programme 2018/19
Devonshires Leasehold Management Team is pleased to present the 2018/19 Leasehold Management training programme. Invitations outlining programme and speaker details will be issued for each event. To sign up to our mailing list to receive each invitation or for more information please provide your details by clicking here and selecting the ‘Housing Management’ tick box.   Programme:
A Bunch of Fives: Punchy and practical training by Devonshires
A Bunch of Fives: Punchy and practical training by Devonshires
Devonshires Housing Management Training Programme 2018/19
Devonshires Housing Management Team is pleased to present the 2017/18 Housing Management training programme. Invitations outlining programme and speaker details will be issued for each event. To sign up to our mailing list to receive each invitation or for more information please email seminars@devonshires.co.uk
Employment Brief – Spring 2018
Welcome Welcome to our latest round up of employment law and cases. In this edition we consider the important judgment relating to shared parental leave and whether it is discriminatory to pay enhanced maternity pay but only statutory shared parental pay. We have also considered the important changes in relation to the tax treatment of
Shared Parental Leave & Discrimination
In two key cases, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed that it is not directly discriminatory to pay enhanced maternity pay but only statutory shared parental leave pay. However, there is a risk that such a practice could be indirectly discriminatory. Direct Discrimination: Ali v Capita Mr Ali’s wife suffered from post natal depression and
Payment in Lieu of Notice (PILON)
Taxation of Termination Payments. From April this year, all payments in lieu of notice (PILON) are now subject to tax. This change is designed, in the words of the government, to “simplify and tighten” the rules around the taxation of termination payments and represents is a significant change from the previous position where different arrangements
Perceived Disability Discrimination
The case of The Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey is an important reminder that an individual does not always have to have a particular protected characteristic in order to be discriminated against on the basis of that characteristic. In the first case of this kind, a police officer was found to have been discriminated