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Celebrating the Care Innovation Challenge

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Some of our lawyers at the Care Innovation Challenge final in London. Pictured are James Sage, Nicola Radcliffe, Mei-Ling Huang and Bharti Moore with the winners, Team Orchard (Rachel Smith, Jordan Smith and Subhaan Iqbal).

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Annual employment law update for care providers | Surrey and Bristol

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Royds Withy King’s Health & Social Care team are delighted to invite you to our annual employment law update which will take place in Bristol and Surrey.

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Royds Withy King named as founding legal partner for the Care Innovation Hub

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Law firm Royds Withy King, a leading provider of legal services to the social care sector, has been named as founding legal partner for the Care Innovation Hub (CIH).

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Royds Withy King Launches HELP For Businesses

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Law firm Royds Withy King has launched an exciting new legal services product in response to unprecedented demand from HR professionals and business leaders for expert HR and employment law advice at an affordable cost, and with insurance protection against …

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Specialist Adult Care Company Changes Hands

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A South Wales-based care provider which specialises in supporting adults with autism and complex learning disabilities, has new owners. Values in Care, which was set up by managing director Geraldine Butler in 2003 to provide specialist medium-to-long term 24-hour supported …

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Health and social care experts at Royds Withy King support successful completion of Dorset

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The Health and Social Care team at Royds Withy King has successfully completed the purchase of a residential care home in a deal co-ordinated by specialist advisers. The team led by Partner Hazel Phillips, successfully advised WCN Care Stour Road …

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Ashdown House Secures First Time Care Home Buyer

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The sale of Ashdown House care home based in Daventry, Northamptonshire, to Knighton Care Services Ltd was arranged by DC Care, Chandler & Co and Royds Withy King, who are all members of the Buyacarehome professional network. Ashdown House care …

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Study shows 128,000 new care workers needed every year to avoid crisis

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The social care sector is facing a staffing crisis with an estimate shortage of half a million workers over the next decade, reports a major new study from the trade body Care Association Alliance and law firm Royds Withy King. …

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The future of social care: Legal seminar for care providers | Somerset

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Royds Withy King are delighted to invite care owners and directors to our ‘future of social care’ seminar. In conjunction with our guest speakers we will explore what the future holds for care providers in a world of changing consumer …

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The future of social care: Legal seminar for care providers | Bristol

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Royds Withy King are delighted to invite care owners and directors to our ‘future of social care’ seminar. In conjunction with our guest speakers we will explore what the future holds for care providers in a world of changing consumer …

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Immigration White Paper – a devastating impact on health and social care sector, says Royds Withy King

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The Government’s new immigration system published today fails to tackle the deepening staffing crisis in the health and social care sector, according to Royds Withy King solicitors. The Immigration White Paper severely limits the ability of health and care providers …

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Competition and Markets Authority publishes guidance on care contracts

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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) final guidance on care contracts and consumer law obligations has been published. The guidance will, says law firm Royds Withy King, have wide-reaching implications for care homes and care providers, requiring them to review …

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