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12 November - Kath Shimmin

The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the case of Plevin v. Paragon Personal Finance Limited [2014] UKSC 61. Background In 2006, Mrs Plevin responded to a leaflet put... Read More

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11 November - Ben Brice

Industrial and provident societies should be aware of the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, which came into force on 1 August 2014. The Act consolidates and replaces previous... Read More

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7 November - Kath Shimmin

When things go wrong following the purchase of an asset, particularly a high value asset, it is common to look for someone else to blame. The Court of Appeal considered... Read More

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4 November - Max Craft

Businesses may have to set aside large sums of money to cater for underpaid holiday pay according to a ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in the combined cases... Read More

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15 October - Joanne Davies

The EAT (Employment Appeal Tribunal) accepted that a 3.5 mile change in location in London was not a 'substantial change in working conditions' and was therefore not a deemed dismissal... Read More

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13 October - Bradley Albuery

It had not been open to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, having disavowed a finding of dishonesty, to find that the Appellant had knowingly allowed the Court to be misled, as... Read More

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9 October - Bruce Potter

2014 has seen various deals in the children's day nursery sector and a burgeoning mid-market of providers for whom there are opportunities to expand.  Funders are prepared to make capital... Read More

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18 August - Daniel Scognamiglio

Norovirus was in the news again last week, when a suspected outbreak occurred at a caravan park in Devon affecting over 90 campers. According to reports, the River Dart Country... Read More

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7 August - Siân Jones

Last week saw the Cardiff and Oxford offices host fourteen, 14-16 year old students as part of Blake Morgan’s Growing Ambitions initiative - a unique trainee led work placement scheme aimed... Read More

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29 July - Guthrie McGruer

In May 2013 the Government brought in new Permitted Development Rights allowing changes of use from offices (B1a) to residential (C3) without the need for planning permission. However, before such... Read More

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28 July - Ben Evans

Defamation is governed by common law and statute law. The most recent statute is: the Defamation Act 2013 (the Act). What is defamation? Defamation occurs when there is publication to... Read More

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23 July

The advent of the transfer window and the Bosman ruling in 1995, which enables players to agree to join a new club six months before the player’s contract with his... Read More