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Elder Law Journal

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  • What do the recent changes made by the Housing and Planning Act 2016 mean for non-exempt charitable housing associations? - Bethan Walsh


  • Outdated law of wills ‘needs overhaul’ to reflect modern world
  • CMA market study: Update on care homes market study published
  • FCA publishes interim findings of the Retirement Outcomes Review
  • One in three DB pension schemes will fail to deliver benefits in full, says Punter Southall
  • DC pension schemes still not investing in social investments
  • IE publishes briefing on PEPP proposals
  • Queen’s Speech 2017: data-protection laws and modern employment policies will affect pension lawyers


  • Brexit: regulatory changes and the need to prioritise medical needs - Zia Akhtar
  • The Mental Capacity Act 2005: Big issues for the next 10 years - Alex Ruck
  • NHS continuing healthcare – how you can help your clients - Lisa Morgan 
  • Lasting powers of attorney – are they good enough protection against financial abuse? - Ann Stanyer
  • Adults Without Borders: European Parliament approves resolution to harmonise measures to protect vulnerable adults - Shadia Ousta Doerfel

Case Reports

  • Lincolnshire County Council v JK [2016] EWCOP 59
  • Newcastle-Upon-Tyne City Council v TP (No 3) [2016] EWCOP B4
  • Re IH (Observance of Muslim Practice) [2017] EWCOP 9
  • R (JF acting through his mother and litigation friend KF) v London Borough of Merton [2017] EWHC 1519 (Admin)
  • R (on the application of SG) v Haringey London Borough [2017] EWCA Civ 322
  • R (on the application of Conway) v Secretary of State for Justice [2017] EWCA Civ 275
  • R (on the application of Liverpool City Council and others) v The Secretary of State for Health and the Secretary for Communities and Local Government (Interested Party) [2017] EWHC 986 (Admin)
  • Keeling v Keeling [2017] EWHC 1189 (Ch)
  • Re Patel (deceased) [2017] EWHC 133 (Ch)
    Re JKS; A v D [2017] EWCOP 8

In Practice

  • The Pension Advisory Group: developing guidance on pensions on divorce


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  • Reviews
  • Diary

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