Category: Articles

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24 January - Jim Wood

Our personal injury lawyers will go the extra mile for you. If you think that no one is listening or willing to help you, get in touch with our experts... Read More

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23 January - Michelle Davenport

2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the Women’s Prize for Fiction. The Prize was established in 1996 to celebrate and promote fiction by female authors written in English to the... Read More

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22 January - Eve Piffaretti

The UK Government has today launched a new online portal which aims to share best practice to charities in England on the handling safeguarding allegations or concerns. The portal enables... Read More

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22 January - Kate Hathaway

In early December the email account of one of our employees, Kate Hathaway, was hacked.  We were able to quickly contain the incident but are aware that a number of... Read More

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20 January - Eleanor Catling

Christmas is the time for giving and it is becoming increasingly common to gift money or assets to your family to provide for their future. If you gifted money or... Read More

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20 January - Ruth Christy

In September 2019 an employee in New Zealand was accompanied to a redundancy meeting by a clown who made balloon animals. New Zealand law allows employees to take a friend or... Read More

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20 January - Heather Welham

The recent case of Athena Brands Ltd v Superdrug Stores Plc [2019] EWHC 3503 (Comm) highlights the risks of negotiating by email and the importance of clarifying, internally and externally,... Read More

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20 January - Christine Plews

Research shows that family mediation services can be a very effective way for families to resolve conflicts. It is proven to be faster, less costly and – crucially – less... Read More

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20 January - John Shallcross

The complicated rules for the higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax for purchases of additional residential properties can work out badly for members of the armed forces who have had to... Read More

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16 January - Joanne Davies

We look ahead to employment law developments this year. The decisive result of December 2019's general election means at least one key date for 2020: 31 January 2020, the date... Read More

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15 January - Ben Evans

Brexit Day (31 January 2020) is looming and assuming that the Withdrawal Agreement is approved this month then the UK will enter a transition period until 31 December 2020 –... Read More

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13 January - Yvonne Majewska

The New Year normally brings with it the enthusiasm and drive to succeed and win business. Prior to the establishment of a business relationship many deals start with a letter... Read More