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The Court of Protection has never been busier and, with increasing scrutiny from the CQC, the media and the public, it is more important than ever to ensure the Mental Capacity Act is well understood and implemented in your organisation. We know from CQC inspections that a strong result on MCA and deprivation of liberty is very closely correlated to a good outcome overall.
The issue of Deprivation of Liberty (DoL) in particular has been hugely active since the Supreme Court judgment in Cheshire West in March 2014.
Acting for local authorities, NHS bodies and independent sector providers, our experienced team has been at the forefront of policy and practice in the Court of Protection since it was established. Our advisory / Court of Protection practice has grown eight fold in the last 2 years.
In this webinar Ben summarises and considers the impact of the Court of Appeal landmark judgment in ‘Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London’ (26 January 2017). This judgment goes to the heart of the very controversial law on deprivation of liberty and its application in an acute medical setting.
Ben Troke will summarise and consider the impact of the landmark judgment in 'Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London' (26 January 2017), and give advice on putting the decision into practice.
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In Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London (26 January 2017) the Court of Appeal has delivered a landmark judgment on deprivation of liberty in the context of acute medical treatment.
In Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London (26 January 2017) the Court of Appeal has delivered a landmark judgment on deprivation of liberty in the context of acute medical treatment that will be very welcome for providers of physical healthcare - for now at least.
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Cutting edge medical treatment cases – including the first Court authorised male sterilisation and the leading case on withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration in a minimally conscious state.
Supporting the Law Commission in developing proposals for the reform of the law on deprivation of liberty.
Drafting the sections on legal duties for NHS England’s guidance on safeguarding responsibilities across the NHS.
Developing and delivering an innovative pilot scheme for telephone mediation of Court of Protection disputes for the Office of the Public Guardian.
Acting in ‘Re X’ on the streamlined court process, including going to the Court of Appeal, and advising the Ministry of Justice on revised court forms and practice direction.
We provide a package of services for supporting data protection managers. Our DPA breach support services minimise the risk of a data protection breach.
The helpline is staffed by qualified employment solicitors, giving you access to sensible and practical advice.
Even many years after the implementation of the Mental Capacity Act, there is still a long way to go to get it fully embedded in health and social care practice.
In partnership with Nottingham CityCare, we have developed a fixed price end-to-end solution to handle the processing of retrospective Continuing Healthcare claims.
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