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Swain & Co Solicitors – Helping great causes

Our clients are the centre of what we do. We try to help as much as possible. It is why we act purely for individuals. It’s an important choice and statement of Swain & Co Solicitors. It means we can give each client the time and attention they need. We care about you and what…
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NHS operating theatres in England “wasting two hours a day”

A new study suggests that NHS hospitals could carry out 280,000 more non-emergency operations a year by organising operating theatre schedules in a better way. Routine operations are considered non-emergency procedures, and each surgical team will have a daily operating theatre list of patients who are scheduled to go under the knife. An analysis of…
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South East Coast Ambulance Service rated inadequate

The South East Coast Ambulance Service is rated inadequate by Care Quality Commission (CQC). Following a CQC inspection of South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust it has been rated inadequate. The Care Quality Commission have picked up a number of failings including:- Failure to respond in a timely fashion; Processes to ensure that…
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Most common Grounds for Divorce – ‘we’re not surprised’

The most common grounds for divorce is unreasonable behaviour. Samantha Lee explains why she is not surprised: “There is no such thing as no fault divorce. There has been talk of bringing in no fault divorce for many years, a move which we support. But as yet it remains the same. To get a divorce,…
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Swain & Co Solicitors continues to be at the top of its game

Legal 500, 2017 edition has been released and we are thrilled to be ranked in it for the 5th year running. Our Prison and Public Law team provides a first class service including handing sentence appeals, matters pertaining to prison assaults and mental health issues. We were delighted with the wording: "Swain & Co Solicitors’…
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Swain & Co Trainee India Jefferson-Grant qualifies as a Legal Executive.

Swain & Co Solicitors has always seen the importance of training the next generation of solicitors/lawyers and we are pleased to announce that India Jefferson-Grant has recently qualified as Legal Executive. India Jefferson-Grant India graduated from the Queen Mary University in London. Her path to her legal career began in 2014 here at Swain &…
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Desperation in the NHS as winter approaches

As winter approaches, signs of desperation in the NHS are visible across the country. One such sign of desperation is that private health companies have made a formal offer to the government. Their offer is to provide almost 400,000 additional operations and tests to increase NHS capacity. This comes following a very difficult winter in…
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Kate Anderson qualifies as a Solicitor

We are thrilled to announce that Kate Anderson has completed her training contract. She qualifies as a solicitor on 16th October 2017. Kate started working with us in 2015. Kate joined the Mental Health department in Southampton. In this department she supported and represented patients detained under Mental Health Act. Kate then moved on to…
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WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY – Mental Health in the workplace

This year the theme for the day in Mental Health in the Workplace. Wow! Huge topic to tackle I think. Recently I kept a diary for one week about my own Mental Health and whether I was “Surviving or Thriving”.  A lot of that was focused on my job and whether the day had been…
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