Bevan Brittan is delighted to have renewed its support as a partner of National Care Association (NCA), extending the relationship into 2019/20.

NCA is a membership organisation that represents providers in the independent care sector. With a membership of mainly small and medium sized care providers and affiliated local associations, NCA liaises with national government at a political and departmental level, local government and key stakeholder groups including the NHS and CQC.

Bevan Brittan provides support to NCA members by offering legal and regulatory insights and updates and advice with preferential rates for members. .

The firm is a market leader in the provision of legal and regulatory advice to the social care sector, with a large and experienced team. The firm can advise and support on a wide range of issues including CQC regulation, registration and inspection issues; clinical negligence cases; workforce issues; Court of Protection cases; corporate and commercial contracts, and more.

Commenting on the renewing of the partnership, Monica Macheng, Lead Partner for Social Care at Bevan Brittan, said: “We are very pleased to be renewing our support for NCA and its members. The independent care sector plays a vital role in the UK’s care of an ever increasingly aging population with ever greater complex health needs at a time of economic and regulatory pressures. Nadra Ahmed OBE of NCA said: “We are very grateful to Bevan Brittan for their ongoing support. Having continued access to highly experienced, timely and competitively priced legal advice is a vital requirement for our members. Bevan Brittan’s support is a valued part of the membership benefits that we are able to provide.”

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