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Brexit

Will Brexit Be Too ‘Hard’ For Britain To Handle?

Last week the President of the EU Council, Donald Tusk said there was no ‘soft Brexit’. Speaking at a conference in Brussels, Mr Tusk dashed the hopes of those hoping Britain could remain inside the EU’s single market or negotiate some special form of association. The tenor of the UK’s referendum campaign had been to, “radically loosen relations with the EU, something that goes by the name of ‘hard Brexit’” he said. more

Family

Adopting a Child 101

Choosing to adopt a child is one of the most important decisions you could ever make. The adoption process is strictly monitored and there are a number of interviews and observations made on perspective adopters before a child is given to them. more


Company

Getting to Grips with Company Administration

Many company directors dread their company going into administration, however, if the process is managed correctly, it can work in the organisation’s favour and may even allow it to trade its way back to solvency. more

Commercial Property

Rent Review Rows And How To Avoid Them

'A rent review clause is designed to deal with a particular commercial problem, namely that of the tenant who wants security of tenure for a lengthy term, and the landlord who, in times of inflation or a rapidly changing property market, does not want to commit himself to a fixed rent for the whole of that term.'—(Hoffmann J in MFI Properties v BICC Group Pension Trust [1986] 1 EGLR 115). more

Information Technology

How to Draft a Watertight Software Agreement

If you are selling or developing software, it is imperative that you have robust agreements drafted when dealing with customers and suppliers. more


Commercial Property

Keeping Up Shop

When you enter into a commercial lease, it is imperative that you know what your maintenance and repair obligations are, and that you do not bind yourself to onerous responsibilities when negotiating the tenancy agreement. more


Civil Litigation

The Power of a Part 36 Settlement

Most people believe that if they engage a solicitor in a dispute they will end up in court. Fortunately, both in terms of time, stress and your bank balance, this is not the case. In fact, very few people who begin litigation ever see the inside of a courtroom. This is because most cases are settled before their day in court arrives. more

Professional Negligence

Time-Barred! – Avoiding the Professional Negligence Limitation Period

Professional negligence can cost individuals and businesses a great deal of time, money and stress. You must make a claim for compensation within six years of the breach of contract or loss resulting from the negligent act occurring, otherwise you claim will be barred by the court for being out of time. more


Information Technology

How Can I Protect My Privacy Online?

The highly controversial Investigatory Powers Act 2016 - or snooper’s charter has been effectively passed into law and will come into effect at the end of the year. Internet service providers will be required, by law, to keep records of every website (not pages) you visit on the internet for a minimum of 12 months and make them available to the Government it requested. more

Professional Negligence

Professional Rip-Off?

In today’s high-tech, highly-specialised world, we are more reliant than ever on professionals to provide us with advice that we must rely on fully, because frankly, most of the time we have no clue about the particular issue or area they are advising us on. more

Employment

Blowing The Whistle

If you are dismissed because you, ‘blew the whistle’ on an issue at your place of work, the dismissal is classed as automatically unfair and you will be entitled to damages. more


Personal Injury

Sexual Abuse in Football – Can Compensation Be Claimed By The Victims?

Last week the nation was shocked by a number of professional footballers coming forward to claim that as children, they had been sexually abused by their coaches. more


Professional Negligence

Can You Sue Your Vet If Your Pet Is Injured or Dies In Their Care?

Losing your beloved pet is a traumatic event and for many, just as painful as losing a family member. If your pet’s death was a result of negligent treatment by the vet who was supposed to care for them, or veterinary treatment caused your pet serious injury, do you have a right to claim compensation? We investigate. more

Commercial Law

Is Your Business Prepared For The New Immigration Law Changes?

In November 2016 and April 2017 a number of changes to the Immigration Rules will come into force. They mainly affect the Tier 2 (General) and Tier 2 (Intra-company Transfer) Visa categories and UK Sponsor Licence programme. more

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