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JMW Solicitors London
JMW is a top 100 law firm with offices across the UK.
Our London office is ideally located in the heart of the City, providing a wide range of services to corporate and individual clients in all aspects of their business and private lives. We are modern, forward-thinking lawyers who are passionate about delivering excellent client service, success and value. Many of our solicitors are leaders in their fields and are well regarded by the legal directories, including Chambers and Partners, and the Legal 500.
The full service nature of the firm means we can provide complete solutions to complex problems across all areas of law.
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On the 10 June 2021 in Maya Forstater v CGD Europe UKEAT/0105/20/JOJ, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) found that gender-critical beliefs, such as the view that sex is fixed and should not be conflated with gender identity, did qualify for protection under the Equality Act 2010 (Equality Act). This means that “gender critical” beliefs are protected “philosophical beliefs” for equality law purposes.
JMW welcome the opportunity to work with group B Strep Support (GBSS) to help them raise awareness of the dangers of group B Strep and achieve their goal of stopping group B Strep infections in babies.
In this blog Suleikha Ali, a solicitor specialising in clinical negligence based out of JMW's London office, discusses controversial plans for patient medical records
Residential property possession notice periods were extended in Wales on 24 March 2020 as part of the Coronavirus measures which were adopted at the time under the Coronavirus Act 2020. Landlords seeking to evict their tenants since March last year have had to serve 6-month notices except for in cases of anti-social behaviour and domestic violence. The extension was due to expire on 30 June 2021 alongside the stays on execution of warrants by bailiffs. However, this did not happen in quite such a simple way.
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