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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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Ask the Expert: Ikram El-Ahmadi
How has Brexit affected the right to rent scheme?
Spotlight on…Donna McCarthy
Earlier in September 2021, I was appointed the new Head of the HMPL Team, taking over from Nick Billingham.
The Domestic Abuse Act 2021 – What does it mean for social housing providers?
The long awaited Domestic Abuse Act finally received royal assent on 29 April 2021.
Focus on tenancy fraud – Tips from Raj Vine, Counter Fraud Specialist for Riverside Housing following recent Court of Appeal decision
In June 2021, Riverside Housing obtained a possession order and Unlawful Profit Order against a tenant who was unlawfully sub-letting their home.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: The Gender Pay Gap Results
The Office for National Statistics has now released information that the UK's 2021 gender pay gap has grown since 2020 but remains smaller than it was in 2019.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Caring responsibilities and discrimination
Returning to work: a requirement to work full time from the office may be discriminatory against those with caring responsibilities.
Heat and Buildings Strategy 2021: Do the Government’s plans go far enough?
The eagerly anticipated Heat and Buildings Strategy 2021 has now, finally, been published (on 19 October 2021).
‘No Jab No job’ mandatory vaccinations for care workers and managing your care home – Preparing for 11 November 2021
On 11 November 2021 it will become law that anyone entering a CQC registered care home (which provides accommodation together with nursing or personal care) must have had a complete course of an authorised Covid-19 vaccine (note that individuals who have been vaccinated with mixed doses of Covid-19 or a non-authorised vaccine will not be considered to be fully vaccinated).
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Dismissing a whistleblower
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld a Tribunal judgment that a whistleblower who was dismissed for criticising a colleague was not automatically unfairly dismissed.
Chairs and CEO’s – a critical relationship under the spotlight
2021 has seen the relationship between chief executives and non-executive board members of “not for profit” entities under the spotlight.
Devonshires Quarterly Banking Update – October 2021
Issued every three months, the Banking Update provides you with a brief snapshot of what our team have been up to, as well as a look at any big sector updates or changes.
Increasing SHPS defined benefit contributions – What are your options?
The SHPS 2020 valuation results were not good news for participating employers who had hoped that, after paying increased deficit contributions from 2019, the deficit in the scheme would have decreased on this occasion.