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13 March

An Overview to Dual Instruction The Solicitors Regulatory Authority or SRA sets out the rules of conduct for solicitors and who they are allowed to act for and who they... Read More

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13 March - Kath Shimmin

The Supreme Court has overturned a High Court decision that allowed a property developer to claim €350,000 in damages for negligent misstatement after he relied on incorrect information from Jones... Read More

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13 March - Kath Shimmin

A bill of sale is used as a form of security over personal chattels as it creates a conditional transfer of those chattels as security for debt. The effect of... Read More

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13 March - Kath Shimmin

Charges over goods can be either fixed or floating.  It is the substance of the charge, rather than how it is labelled, that will determine in which camp it sits. ... Read More

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13 March - Jody Coleman

The Technical and Further Education Act 2017 (“2017 Act”) introduced a new statutory insolvency regime for further education and sixth form colleges ("FE bodies") proposing similar arrangements to those implemented... Read More

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12 March - Louise Culleton

Dishonesty and Integrity – a summary post Wingate 2017 and early 2018 has seen a large number of appeals going through the courts from decisions of regulators in different sectors... Read More

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5 March - Amy Fullerton

Surrogacy is increasingly becoming an option for starting a family for people who are unable to conceive a child themselves, but what should parties to a surrogacy arrangement be aware... Read More

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5 March - David Moore

The High Court has recently handed down judgment in a case that required it to consider whether directors of a company, who did not have an employment contract, service contract,... Read More