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Our areas of expertise


When it comes to PPP/PFI and LIFT schemes, our team of experts is amongst the most experienced in the UK. We have been entrusted with many ‘pathfinders’ and ‘firsts’ – leading the way on some high profile public/private sector projects across the country, and being uniquely experienced when things need to be resolved too. At the forefront of the very latest guidance, we provide bespoke, pragmatic and up-to-date advice, providing you with robust and clear support.

Our multi-award winning team has strength and depth in numbers, led by experienced individuals in this specialist area of law. Whatever your needs, we’re here for you, from the inception of your project through to completion, and beyond. With our end-to-end solutions, you’re safe in the knowledge that your legal requirements are covered, so you can concentrate on delivering partnership projects with game-changing results.

Specialists in healthcare employment law

People are the lifeblood of every organisation and in the healthcare sector, it is especially important to have the right team in place to provide high-quality care.

Our team of experienced legal specialists have a particular focus on healthcare employment law and can provide legal advice and representation to clients across the healthcare sector including NHS Trusts, ICBs and primary care organisations. We understand the unique challenges facing healthcare organisations, and our strength, depth, and background allow us to tackle any issue.

With one of the largest specialist employment law divisions in the North of England, our multi-disciplinary team of solicitors and human resource professionals is well-equipped to help with healthcare employment law issues. We provide a bespoke team with experience closely matched to your specific needs, ensuring the best outcome for your organisation.

Inquests and Public Inquiries

Preparation for Inquests and involvement in Public Inquiries can often be two of the most stressful and time-intensive areas for organisations in the healthcare sector.

We have a large number of experienced personnel who are able to assist and advise you in both of these complex, sensitive and often high profile areas of healthcare law.

Advice includes:

  • Advising in relation to Serious Incident investigations and reporting
  • Advising on disclosure to the Coroner and/or the family
  • Advising on the Duty of Candour
  • Assessing the case to establish whether or not legal representation is in fact required
  • Assisting the Trust with its response to any Regulation 28 report
  • Assisting the Trust with press inquiries and the media
  • Assisting to develop and action a management plan to address any issues that are identified before the Inquest, in order to avoid a Regulation 28 report from the Coroner
  • Liaising with the Coroner
  • Partaking in “Lessons Learned” sessions after the event
  • Preparing a full report following the Inquest
  • Preparing a preliminary analysis to assist requesting funding from NHS Resolution in appropriate cases
  • Preparing witness statements on behalf of clinicians
  • Supporting witnesses throughout the process
  • Undertaking advocacy at Inquests
Healthcare Urgent Response Team

We recognise that the NHS operates 24/7 and so do we.

In order to support our clients, no matter what the time of day, they have access to our 24 hour hotline manned by our senior healthcare specialists to obtain speedy, authoritative and pragmatic advice.

If you have any questions about the services we offer, please speak to a member of the team on the stand, or submit them below.

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