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Putting Patients First

Swain & Co welcomes the formation of organisation Patients First which is a group campaigning for better support and protection for NHS staff who raise concerns about patient safety.  “Whistleblowers” are vulnerable and need support and protection. Swain & Co and other organisations such as Patients First have always pressed for more openness in the…
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Sarah Grundy – Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives

Swain & Co celebrated Sarah Grundy becoming a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives on 19 December 2011. Sarah began to study Criminology and Criminal Justice at University but unfortunately had to leave due to a virus. Sarah then decided that to work towards an ILEX qualification would be the best route for her…
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Grandparents’ Rights

When parents separate, grandparents' contact with their grandchildren is often forgotten about. As new arrangements are made and new family set-ups established, grandparents often fall by the wayside. Contact with grandchildren Contact can be lost when a parent moves away or if the parents' breakup was particularly bitter. This denies both the grandparent the joy…
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Supreme Court Rules on Unmarried Couples’ Property Rights

The Supreme Court has ruled that a man who left his partner nearly 20 years ago is not entitled to half the value of the house they owned together. Patricia Jones and Leonard Kernott bought a bungalow in Essex together. They were not married. After separating Ms Jones paid the mortgage for 14 years. She…
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