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Mental Capacity Act Consultation

1 August 2013

Browne Jacobson LLP is a law firm with a national leading health and social care practice, and responds to the House of Lords consultation with the benefit of views expressed by a number of our clients across the health and social care sector.

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Training and events

27Oct

FAIRE: Legal career insights for school and university students hosted by Browne Jacobson and Young Professionals UK Online

We are proud to be partnering with Young Professionals again for our second virtual FAIRE virtual legal careers event on 27 October 21.

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28Oct

Insight to NatWest – Business & Entrepreneurship Online

On Thursday 28 October at 2pm Young Professionals are running a careers event with NatWest as they provide an insight into the operation as one of the UK’s biggest banks.

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Legal updates

Safeguarding the incorporation of onerous terms into a contract

Useful guidance on the incorporation of onerous terms and conditions into a contract has been provided by HHJ Davies’ judgment in the recent case of Blu-Sky Solutions Ltd v Be Caring Ltd [2021] EWHC 2619 (Comm).

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Legal updates

Public Matters - October 2021

Updates include the EV charging, force majeure, the National Disability Strategy and Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims.

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Legal updates

Quashing the Rebellion – or Inciting It?

Following the defeat of the Government in respect of the prorogation case in 2019, the Government commissioned an Independent Review of Administrative Law in 2020.

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Legal updates

Managing consortium bids

A consortium bid is where two or more entities have decided to come together to bid for a contract opportunity. There is a big difference between consortium and sub-contracting arrangements.

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