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Leicester Legal Walk - Raising money to support the vulnerable and in need

Leicester Legal Walk - Raising money to support the vulnerable and in need

Lawson-West staff will once again be participating in the Leicester Legal Walk on the 19th June this year. The walk is organised by the Midland Legal Support Trust and its aim is to raise funds to provide advice services and support for those who are vulnerable and in need in the Midlands. This could be anyone from men and women who are working for less than the minimum wage, families living in terrible housing conditions to adults and children who have been trafficked to the UK to become domest Read on...

Categories: Family Law

Fathers could face discrimination for spending time with their children.

Fathers could face discrimination for spending time with their children.

The expectation that men are the breadwinners whilst women stay at home to tend to the children is an old fashioned view which is out of date. A more modern attitude to parenting is sharing the responsibilities where possible which increasingly sees more men staying at home with the children or working part-time and the mothers returning to work full time.

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Categories: Employment

Reasonable Adjustments Still Applicable at Interview

Reasonable Adjustments Still Applicable at Interview

An employment appeal tribunal has concluded that a trainee solicitor with Asperger’s was unfairly disadvantaged after she was required to complete a multiple- choice psychometric test as part of the recruitment process.

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Categories: Employment

GP Ignored Woman’s Breast Lump

GP Ignored Woman’s Breast Lump

A 35 year old Scottish woman has only six months to live after she was told by her GP that a lump she found in her breast was nothing to worry about when in fact it was cancer that has now spread to her liver and bones. The GP even went as far as to remind her to cancel her appointment as they assumed the lump would disappear, but three months later she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Categories: Personal Injury

Investigations into Operations Performed By Midlands Surgeon Mr Arunkalaivanan Continue

Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust are recalling thousands of patients who have undergone gynaecological surgery at the hands of one particular surgeon - Mr Arunkalaivanan. This is because he used mesh during the procedures which has been banned by the NICE Guidelines.

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Categories: Personal Injury

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