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Welcome to the Browne Jacobson news and media pages. Here you can find the latest news and information about our business as well as in-depth articles on the latest changes in legislation.

If you are a journalist looking for expert input, we have a team of media trained professionals available to comment on the latest legal developments. Please contactLakhbir Rakar for more information.

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21 September 2021 The role of local authorities in Integrated Care Systems (ICS)

Statutory Integrated Care Systems (ICS) will replace Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England from March 2022. Many public bodies at a regional and local level will be impacted. This is a once in a generation chance for local government to reset the relationship with health colleagues and demonstrate the key role that it plays.

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21 September 2021 Key things to consider about the EU whistleblowing directive

EU member states have until mid-December to implement the Whistleblowing Directive. Having left the EU, the UK is not required to introduce the directive; however, it is still relevant to employers here for the following reasons.

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21 September 2021 The future of building

Construction is a major contributor to carbon emissions – buildings consume 36% of energy produced globally and are responsible for 39% of carbon emissions.

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14 September 2021 Leading the legal way

Former Browne Jacobson Managing Partner turned coach, Iain Blatherwick briefly outlines the pressures and responsibilities that come with leading a successful law firm and highlights the importance of why mental wellbeing should be high on every law firm leader’s personal agenda.

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10 September 2021 “All Round ESG-ellence" - Developing an effective ESG Sustainability and Responsibility Programme #1: The fundamentals

UK financial services and other firms will be aware of the growing legal and regulatory pressures they face in respect of climate-related financial risk management, especially in the form of current or prospective disclosures, However, regulators are developing a wider set of expectations and standards in respect of environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) factors.

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7 September 2021 Legal issues arising from teacher assessed grades in a period of pandemic

Students can appeal TAGs in a number of ways. Considered & consistent communication on the school’s position can help to avoid escalation.

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24 August 2021 How can procurement drive digital transformation?

The pandemic has accelerated existing trends, and created new and unexpected changes, across our lives and society - some more welcome than others.

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19 August 2021 National Disability Strategy - a comprehensive, concerted plan or a missed opportunity?

What does the National Disability Strategy seek to achieve from a housing perspective, and what will it mean for housing providers?

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23 July 2021 Confidential information and subject access disclosure

In February 2021, the High Court handed down judgment London Borough of Lambeth v AM (No. 2) [2021] EWHC 186 (QB), in which Browne Jacobson LLP acted for the Claimant Council. The judgment is critical reading for public bodies who are required to take action to restrict the use of confidential information in circumstances where that information has been inadvertently disclosed to a third-party.

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21 July 2021 The bubble system has ended: what do education providers need to do now?

The government has announced the end of the bubble system in schools as of today (19 July 2021), in recognition of the fact that the requirement for whole bubbles to self-isolate for 10 days following a single positive case of COVID-19 was causing disruption to many children’s education.

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