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An independent review into how employers can better support people with mental health problems to remain and thrive in work.
Justice report makes 52 recommendations for improving the system for people with mental health problems.
Does s117 aftercare extend to needs arising from mental disorders other than the one for which the patient was originally detained?
The Court of Appeal confirms that personal injury settlements cannot be taken into account when arranging aftercare services under section 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983.
Patients on section 117 leave will not necessarily receive section 117 aftercare services.
The Claimant again bears an initial burden of proof in discrimination cases.
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