The latest publications from Devonshires.

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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Employment Training Programme 2019
Our Employment Training Programme for 2019 comprises 4 seminars covering a range of topics that we hope our clients and contacts will find interesting and informative.
Managing Managing Agents: Your Five Point Plan
A five-point plan to guide you when managing agents.
Three steps to tackle non-occupation, subletting and disputed succession claims.
Non-occupation, subletting and disputed succession claims are issues that show no sign of going away.
Consultation on mitigating LGPS risk for admitted bodies
The Government has recently published a consultation on changes to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).
Purchasing a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)? – Key issues to consider at the outset
Opportunities for the acquisition of residential land and property assets are increasingly being presented to potential purchasers, including registered providers (RPs) and REIT vehicles.
What the housing market outlook means for social housing
With the financial year end approaching, lessons learned from the past will help housing associations to manage any future slowdown in sales, writes Andrew Cowan
The InLaws 2019 Event Programme
Devonshires is pleased to present THE IN LAWS 2019 Events Programme. Join our forum tailored to the needs of in house lawyers. We host seminars, soft skills training sessions and the occasional evening of fun.
Beyond ACM: New Government Guidance on Fire Safety of External Wall Systems
On 18 December 2018, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (“MHCLG”) issued its Advice Note 14.
Nearly one in five local hospitals are failing to hit key waiting-time targets
Analysis by the BBC shows that one in five local hospital services are constantly failing to hit any of their key waiting-time targets.
NHS fails to provide over 40,000 women with screening information
It has been revealed that more than 40,000 women in England have not been provided with information regarding cervical cancer screening after a failure to send out letter by the NHS.
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 hypoglycemia as a result of poor insulin management.