Legal News Blog

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Oct

6 October 2017

Russian Residence Roulette – Jurisdictional Complications

In a recent decision by the High Court, a dispute between two Russian businessmen.

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Sep

29 September 2017

New case highlights the importance of carefully drafted Powers of Attorney

The number Powers of Attorney created are increasing across the UK, but.

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27

Sep

27 September 2017

Government’s revamped divorce form criticised for provoking the ‘naming and shaming’ of adulterers

The latest official divorce form issued by the Government has faced criticism.

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29

Aug

29 August 2017

Russian Residence Roulette – Jurisdictional Complications

Two Russian businessmen are to have their commercial dispute case heard.

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29

Aug

29 August 2017

Keep it cool: what rights do employees have in hot weather?

Earlier this month, 50 teenage boys turned up to school wearing girls’.

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29

Aug

29 August 2017

Debunking the Lobbying Act’s ‘Gagging’ Effect

Any non-party organisation who plans to spend more than £20,000 in England.

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18

Jul

18 July 2017

The GDPR will change the way you interact with consumers

From 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply.

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11

Jul

11 July 2017

UK divorce rates hit record lows

The latest research published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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7

Jul

7 July 2017

The Criminal Finances Act 2017 – what can we expect?

The Criminal Finance Act 2017 represents an expansion to the scope of investigating.

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7

Jul

7 July 2017

Employers don’t want an end to current workplace regulations post-Brexit, study finds

New research by the CIPD has indicated that a large number of employers.

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