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part 2 of the Compensation Act 2006: exemptions from the requirement of authorisation

12 October 2006

Exemptions from the requirement of authorisation

The activities of Browne Jacobson and many of its clients have the potential to fall within the ambit of Part 2 of the Compensation Act 2006 and associated secondary legislation. It is the Order to which this consultation relates which will prevent, for example, solicitors and insurers from requiring authorisation in order to carry out their day to day activities.

Other of Browne Jacobsons clients also have the potential to be affected by this legislation and we make submissions in respect of their position below.

Browne Jacobson submitted a response to the Department of Constitutional Affairs previous consultation CP(L)12/06 in respect of the Scope Order, Regulations and Rules.

Download the full consultation paper

training and events

3Dec

Dynamic workforces: Workforce wonders - unlocking the secrets to a healthy, happy team Online event

Join us for our two-part dynamic workforces webinar series. In part one, we will look at life pre-Covid and reflect upon the typical workforce dynamics at play – productivity, stress, flexibility, wellbeing. Have these things improved during the pandemic, and how have we adapted to ensure that our people are resilient, ambitious and happy?

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8Dec

EdCon 2020

We’re delighted to invite you to join us at EdCon 2020 - Browne Jacobson’s first virtual conference for schools and academy trusts.Taking place over three days this December, EdCon 2020 will provide you with inspirational ideas, up-to-date advice and guidance and networking opportunities with one key purpose: creating great places to learn and work.

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In-House Lawyers

Covid-19 and the challenges associated with it grind on into a second wave. Not only that but there’s the prospect of Brexit and a looming recession ahead. It would be entirely forgivable not to be on top of the law right now. Watch our on-demand video, where we have discussed Brexit and intellectual property and consumer and commercial law changes.

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Legal updates

Thousands of health workers to benefit from visa extensions

The UK government has decided to extend the visas of thousands of overseas health workers for free including doctors, nurses and paramedics which will cover healthcare professionals working in the NHS, and independent health and care sectors.

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Upcoming webinars

Procurement Matters: A focus on social value and the role procurement can play in the ‘For a greener NHS’ programme

Register for Procurement Matters – our monthly open forum for NHS trust / foundation trust procurement leads to discuss the key procurement issues of the day and how they can impact on you and your teams.

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Legal updates

Public matters - November 2020

This month includes updates on conservation, judicial review, re-organisation, procurement and social value.

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