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April 29, 2020

The Spring editions of our newsletters are now available below.

Crime Team Newsletter
Sex and drugs and leading roles – Edward Hetherington
Death by dangerous driving: when is it deserving of the maximum? – Patrick Mason
A very Goodyear? – Rupert Russell

Employment Newsletter – TUPE Special
TUPE: transfer delays and business changes – Lucy Taylor and Simranjit Kamal (Pupil)
TUPE transfers – Richard Shepherd
TUPE and furloughing – Alec Small
Horses for courses – Darren Stewart and Ehsanul Oarith (Pupil)

Inquest Newsletter
Neglect and corruption – Anna Midgley
How to deal with the Coroner’s expert: analysis of R (Smith) v HM Assistant Coroner for North West Wales [2020] EWHC 781 (Admin) – Alexander West
More oversight needed of deaths in custody? – Charley Pattison

Matrimonial Finance Newsletter
Costs equalisation – Nicholas Sproull
The duty of disclosure – Stephen Roberts
Business assets, latent value and special contributions: XW v XH [2019] EWCA Civ 262 – Gemma Borkowski

Regulatory Newsletter
Under-regulated? Private hospitals and lessons from the Paterson Inquiry Report – Anna Midgley
The exciting world of H&S statistics – Richard Shepherd
HSE Prosecutions: lower risk/higher consequence – Alun Williams