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Expert urges North Sea firms to 'take the lead in communications' to minimise disruption from potential strike action

North Sea oil and gas firms should ensure they have robust contingency plans in place and be willing to engage with staff ahead of what could be the first offshore industrial action since the 1990s, an expert has said. 20 May 2015

Healthcare providers face increased risk of prosecution for health and safety offences, says expert

FOCUS: Providers of health and social care services in England face an increased risk of prosecution if they breach their fundamental duty to provide safe care and treatment following changes to the regulatory regime. 18 May 2015

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Incoming president of APIL says public-facing businesses need compulsory public liability insurance

According to the incoming president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), companies that deal with the public should be required to take out public liability insurance, so that customers and members of the public that are injured on business... 28 Apr 2015

Those convicted of regulatory offences in England and Wales face additional criminal court fees from next week

Individuals and companies that plead guilty in or are found guilty by a Crown Court or Magistrates' Court will face additional fees of up to £1,200 from next week. 10 Apr 2015

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