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Do you want to stay up to date with the latest legal issues that affect you and your business? We regularly publish legal updates, guides and opinions on legal matters.

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General election 2017 - what do the main parties manifestos mean for financial crime and regulation?

With the Conservative Party manifesto now published we consider the proposals put forward by each of the three main parties in England in relation to financial crime and regulation.

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Enterprise Act 2016 and its impact on the insurance sector

We recently carried out a survey of insurance market participants to assess the likely impact of the Enterprise Act 2016 and to understand any concerns in relation to it. We are delighted to share the results.

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My Finance Director wants me to save £900K a year on the PFI spend but the ERIC data shows our costs are high – what are my options?

All costs are under scrutiny and easier savings in the traditionally funded estate have already been made. However, it is often perceived as difficult to make savings to the PFI estate.

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MATs: what makes good governance? (Optimus Education report)

Read about the governance experiences of CEOs and trustees in MATs of different sizes and gain advice and tips on building a great trust board.

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The Naylor Report

The recent report by Sir Robert Naylor, NHS Property and Estates: Why the Estate matters for Patients, was published on 31 March 2017.

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Legal update

Election purdah and what it means for the public sector

Purdah is a term which refers to the pre-election period when specific restrictions apply principally around the activity of those working in central and local government.

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Purdah for NHS organisations

‘Purdah’ is a term which refers to the pre-election period when specific restrictions apply principally around the activity of those working in central and local government.

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All Risks insurance: damage not accidental but gradual deterioration and defective design

Technology & Construction Court considers meaning of ‘accidental’ damage, ‘gradual deterioration’ and ‘faulty or defective design’ in an All Risks property policy.

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General Election 2017 - implications for schools

Theresa May has announced her intention to call a general election. In practice, it is likely that expected DfE announcements will be deferred until after the election.

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How can we ensure a PFI dispute is resolved amicably and avoid legal involvement?

Project Agreements normally include a detailed dispute resolution process and a process of escalation for any dispute.

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