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The latest on rehabilitation for amputees

Riffat Yaqub

Posted by Riffat Yaqub | Partner
On 24th May 2017

Technological advances in the field of rehabilitation are exciting, astonishing and incredible for amputees who have suffered life changing injuries. I was reminded of this when I attended the annual #Dorset Orthopaedic #TotalRehabilitation Conference at the Billesley Manor Hotel recently.

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Brexit – Where does this leave employees who are told their jobs are moving abroad?

Homa Wilson

Posted by Homa Wilson | Senior Associate
On 23rd May 2017

Following the vote to leave the European Union, many predicated that the UK would plunge into an immediate economic crisis. One of the fears was a significate raise in unemployment. Whilst we must try and focus on the positives – the UK economy is estimated to have grown by 1.8% in 2016 – it’s hard to remain optimistic in view of the number of companies announcing they are relocating jobs to Europe and other parts of the world. Nestlé recently announced that it would be moving 300 jobs to Poland, JP Morgan is preparing to move hundreds of jobs from London, Deutsche Bank also announced plans to move 4000 jobs.

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How do you deliver justice fairly?

Vneeta Ratti

Posted by Vneeta Ratti | Trainee
On 23rd May 2017

If there is one quote that has remained with me, it is one from a foreign-language film. It broadly translates as “law and justice sit as slaves in the houses of powerful people.” It came to mind when I read about the self-professed “living hell” of Mr Kato Harris a year on from his being acquitted of an allegation of rape.

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