Surge in divorce cases as new No-Fault law takes effect
There has been a surge in the number of divorce applications since the new No-Fault law came into effect in...
LPAs can help protect your interests as dementia figures rise in UK
The government is to launch a 10-Year Plan to tackle dementia following estimates that one million people will be living...
Court rules it’s unsafe to return child to violent father
The High Court has ruled that a nine-year-old girl should be allowed to stay with her mother and not be...
Dementia sufferer was aware of his actions so his will was valid
An elderly farmer who suffered from dementia understood what he was doing when he changed his will shortly before his...
Hybrid and electric company cars – should you make the switch?
We all know that electric cars are better for the planet. But, if you drive a company car, will the...
Insurance company wins £80m contract dispute with IBM
IBM has been ordered to pay an insurance company £80m following a contract dispute. Stephanie Johnson Senior Associate Solicitor in...
Care worker unfairly dismissed after becoming pregnant
A personal care assistant was unfairly dismissed and discriminated against after being called “useless” when she revealed she was pregnant,...
Restrictive covenant placed on MD ‘reasonable and enforceable’ ...
A veterinary company has successfully used a restrictive covenant to prevent its former managing director contacting its clients with a...
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Businessmen must personally honour company’s loan repayment04/08/2022
Advice for employers with staff caught up in holiday travel chaos04/08/2022
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