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Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon

What is an EHCP and when does an EHCP become final?

A basic overview of an EHCP reveals that it sets out: What the Needs of the student are; What the Outcomes should be; & What Provision must be provided in order to support the identified Needs and Outcomes The EHCP is initially written as a draft document, which is then ...
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Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon

How do you request an EHC Needs Assessment or Plan – SEND

If it is believed that a student with SEND might need additional provision which will need an Education Health & Care Plan (EHCP), an assessment can be requested by the parent(s), young person, carers, or school/college. Basically, a Local Authority (LA) must carry out an EHC Needs Assessment if it ...
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Kumar v London Borough of Hillingdon


Annual Review– the local authority is required to perform a review of every EHC plan at least once every 12 months. This is set out in law in the Children & Families Act 2014 Children & Families Act 2014– becoming law on 01 September 2014, this Act establishes the current ...
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Construction Law Review – What is Practical Completion?

What is ‘practical completion’? In this article, Mediatelegal panel member Ken Salmon, also of Slater Heelis Solicitors, consider recent developments on the legal question of 'practical completion'. There has been plenty of caselaw on this issue - perhaps mediation can be used more often to explore an alternate approach to ...
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Mediatelegal sponsors Liverpool Law Society Housing Disrepair Conference

On 26th February 2019 Mediatelegal were the sole sponsor of the first ever Housing Disrepair Conference put on by Liverpool Law Society. To say the event was a popular one is an understatement. Not only was it a sell-out, a larger venue was needed, and I believe there is already ...
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Ministry of Justice

Mediation Explained – an old but excellent Ministry of Justice video

We've found an old Ministry of Justice video which explains the mediation process in little over two minutes. We really like it. Hopefully you will too. Mediatelegal is accredited by both the Civil Mediation Council, and the Ministry of Justice,  to deliver mediation services. We have 10 expert mediators, all ...
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Mediatelegal’s Joseph Mulrooney speaks to Danny Kelly of BBC Radio WM 95.6 about neighbour disputes

Danny Kelly invited Joseph Mulrooney onto his radio show again, this time to discuss wheelie bin disputes ...
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Reviewing the 2018 Eighth CEDR Mediation Audit – by Joseph Mulrooney

The 2018 Eighth CEDR Mediation Audit has been released. In gathering the data CEDR received responses from 336 mediators. Their report states that this represents over 50% of the individual membership of the Civil Mediation Council. I’m a mediator and member of the CMC. The aim of the survey was ...
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Advantages of mediation

Top 10 tips for enhancing your intellectual property

Our latest article is by Michael Sandys of the excellent Intellectual Property (IP) & Commercial team at Guy Williams Layton Solicitors, based in Liverpool. It provides 10 useful tips for enhancing your Intellectual Property. As ever, if you found the article interesting, please feel free to share it. All businesses ...
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24th October 2016

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