As part of the federal government’s response to the Aged Care Royal Commission, a second update of legislative amendments have been proposed. MORE.
“They’re doing what?” was the cry of most parents a week ago when the Queensland Premier announced that the return to school from holidays was delayed. This was met with almost universal cheers (and in my house literal cartwheels) of joy from children. MORE.
Shanghai member is rated band 2 for corporate and commercial work in the inaugural edition of the Chambers 2022 Greater China Region Guide. MORE.
Edwin Coe advised a client on its admission to AIM, the London Stock Exchange’s market for small and medium growth companies, which is the first dedicated green hydrogen company to be listed there. MORE.
The Big Visa Boost – What the Changes to the Health and Care Worker Visa Means for the Adult Social Care Sector
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted a number of imbalances within the UK economy and an area that has particularly suffered is the Adult Social Care Sector. MORE.
California employers take note: California’s “Silenced No More Act” went into effect on January 1, 2022. MORE.
Recently you came across an exciting startup company that is developing an app for business that could revolutionize an industry. MORE.
The NLRB is hoping that the fourth time is the charm when it comes to designing an enduring standard for determining an appropriate bargaining unit. Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a notice in the case American Steel Construction inviting parties and amici to submit briefs addressing whether the board should reconsider its standard
The Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has, on 10 January 2022, written to housing developers warning them that they have until early March 2022 to agree a fully funded plan of action to remediate unsafe cladding on buildings between the heights of 11-18 metres. MORE.