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A recent survey suggests that a road traffic accident, or any event which involves a trauma to the head, may result in brain injury which can cause cognitive, emotional and physical symptoms. Only a handful of individuals experience cognitive and emotional symptoms a year after a mild brain injury however, there is no shortage of disagreement between experts about the conceptual framework in which persistent symptoms after a mild head injury should be considered and subsequently treated.
Companies are on a countdown to comply with new regulations around transparency of ownership. As part of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, unlisted UK companies and LLPs will have to identify those people with significant control over them, and to record their details in a new statutory register.
The possibility of a British exit (“Brexit”) from the EU has topped headlines for many weeks now, with speculation on the implications for UK businesses and the economy being at the forefront of discussion. With a potential “No” vote looming from the referendum due to take place on 23 June this year, many are considering the impact this will have on businesses in the UK.
Employers are on frost alert, following the news that a home care worker has won her claim for damages after slipping on ice and breaking her wrist when visiting a client.