DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 55
The case of Kirschner v General Dental Council EWHC 1377 (Admin) considered the appropriate test for dishonesty in professional regulatory matters.
Ms Kirschner was a Polish qualified dentist. She came to the UK from Poland in 2005 and worked as a GDP. Between 2010 and 2012 she was subject to a PCT review as concerns were raised regarding her performance under an...Read More
If disaster should strike and you are no longer in a position to look after your own affairs, having a lasting power of attorney (LPA) in place can help take away some of the stress and practical difficulties in managing finances and making decisions regarding you and your family’s future.
Lasting Powers of Attorney are designed to be recognised by health care providers, financial...Read More
Enfield, 26th September 2017
Updated on 28th September 2017
Julia Furley and Laura Pearce, two of JFH Law’s specialists in employment law, participated in the NLCCE Networking Event with Presentation on Employment Law, organised by the North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise. This talk took place on the 26th of September at the Kingfisher Hall Academy in Enfield.
London, 5th September 2017
Updated on 14th September 2017
Laura Pearce, one of JFH Law’s specialists in business and dental practices, participated in the Dental CQC Inspection Conference 2017, which took place in London, on the 5th of September 2017.
Understanding changes to the 5 key questions
At the heart of every inspection undertaken by the CQC are the five key questions. These...Read More
In last month’s e alert we looked at how to set up a limited company. Once this has been done, it is necessary to ensure that the team leading the company understand their obligations and comply with their legal duties. Here we look at the definition of a director, their duties and the consequences of breaching those duties.
Who is a company director?
Before looking at a company director’s...Read More
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 53
In this article we set out the key obligations placed on an employer for its pregnant employees so you can you understand your duties to them. You can offer more than the statutory requirements we have set out, and by having greater benefits you are likely to attract and retain better staff. However, you cannot offer less than the statutory minimums...Read More