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Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty case law update webinar - May 2018

Ben Troke looks at covert medication, Deprivation of Liberty (DoL) in hospitals, parents' rights, DoL in the community, the new CHC framework, a brief update on the Law Commission proposals, as well as some discussion around recent headlines.

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Legal update

15 March 2018 LiPS service? or real reform, soon…?

The Government has promised to implement, virtually in full, the Law Commission proposals for reform of the law on deprivation of liberty and the Mental Capacity Act. But when will it happen?

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Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty case law update webinar - January 2017

Ben Troke looks at four recent cases covering the Relevant Persons Representative (RPR), end of life decisions, legal aid and s21A of the Mental Capacity Act, costs, best interests and resourcing

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Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty case law and news update webinar - October 2016

This webinar focused on the issues of capacity and deprivation of liberty in planning discharge from acute inpatient settings, the part this can play in delayed transfers of care, and how to avoid this.

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Legal update

6 November 2015 Browne Jacobson response to Law Commission

Consultation response to the Law Commission on proposals for the reform of the law on deprivation of liberty

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Legal update

23 September 2015 The Law Commission proposals for DoL

The issue of deprivation of liberty (“DOL”) has risked bringing the law into disrepute over the last few years, as a result of its complexity, ambiguity and, some would say (post Cheshire West), impracticality.

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Law Commission Consultation on Deprivation of Liberty webinar - July 2015

The issue of deprivation of liberty (DoL) has risked bringing the law into disrepute over the last few years. This webinar recording discusses the proposals from the consultation in more detail.

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The Law Commission Consultation on Deprivation of Liberty

The Law Commission has been asked by the Government to review the whole issue, including both the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and DoL in the community, which can currently only be authorised by an application to the Court of Protection.

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30 March 2015 The Care Act in practice

A nutshell guide to the frontline implications for health and social care professionals
. Most of the Care Act 2014 comes into force on 1 April 2015.

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The impact of Cheshire West - January 2015

The streamlined COP process, Re X appeal(s), Rochdale MBC v KW and appeal, capacity and sex, what's next?

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