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Government Publishes Information Sharing Bill

Following the Supreme Court’s judgment on the Scottish Government’s controversial Named Person service, which required changes to the provisions relating to information sharing, the Government has published its Children and Young People (Information Sharing) (Scotland) Bill. Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/family-law/government-information-sharing-bill.html

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Employers Urged to Tackle Discrimination

The Government’s gender pay reporting regulations came into force in April this year and require companies with 250 or more employees to publish details on what they pay male and female staff. The Government has heralded the regulations as an … Continue reading

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Protecting Pregnant Workers from Redundancy

The Government has announced its intention to hold a consultation exercise on options to ensure new and expectant mothers in work have sufficient protections from redundancy.http://www.klglaw.co.uk/News/Protecting-pregnant-workers-redundancy.html

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Review of Child Maintenance Service

The UK Government has published details of research into the effectiveness of the Child Maintenance Service (CMS). Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/family-law/review-child-maintenance-service.html

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Consultation over Proposed Changes to Corporate Governance

The UK Government has launched a consultation exercise over proposals to strengthen the UK’s corporate governance framework and shareholder influence over executive pay. Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/commercial/consultation-changes-corporate-governance.html

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Government Reaffirms Commitment to Named Person

The Scottish Government has reaffirmed its commitment to the named person service to support children and families. The service, which sees family health visitors and senior teachers take on the ‘named person’ role to ensure children can get timely access … Continue reading

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Scottish Government Consults on Adults with Incapacity

The Scottish Government has recently launched a consultation exercise over possible changes to legislation relating to Adults with Incapacity. The changes are based on a report produced by the Scottish Law Commission in October 2014, which focused on the question … Continue reading

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