For business

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Tipping my hat to the great Sir Harry Lauder, 18 December 2010 was a braw, bricht, moonlicht nicht. At around 8pm Tracey Kennedy (a home carer) called on an elderly lady in Glasgow. The lady was terminally ill and Tracey was providing her with palliative and...
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What is an agent? Agents are appointed by a business (known in this context as the “principal”) to negotiate and conclude contracts with third parties on behalf of its principal. The contracts are made between the principal and the end...
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The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act (the Act) received Royal Assent on 26 March 2015, but how will the Act affect your limited company or LLP? This article focuses on the changes which will impact on your statutory books, as the Act introduced...
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Ms P is 47. She worked as a Teacher in Spain and Greece until 1997 when she became unwell. Her condition was neither identified nor treated until 2000 when she was diagnosed with schizophrenia.  In July and August 1999 Ms P stole a sandwich then a book...
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In the case of RICHARD LEWIS & ORS v WARD HADAWAY (A Firm) (2015) the court decided that where claimants had deliberately understated the value of their claims in order to pay reduced issue fees to the court and stop the limitation period from...

For Individuals

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Ms P is 47. She worked as a Teacher in Spain and Greece until 1997 when she became unwell. Her condition was neither identified nor treated until 2000 when she was diagnosed with schizophrenia.  In July and August 1999 Ms P stole a sandwich then a book...
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As readers may be aware, there has been much discussion generated about the European Court of Human Rights case of Barbulescu v Romania. The case relates the right to privacy at work, and specifically, whether an employer was entitled to access emails ...
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New year, new chance. But who will care? After one of the earliest wind-downs for Christmas we have witnessed from conveyancers last year - and thus frustrated clients unable to exchange or complete before the Christmas break - we sincerely hope that...
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Litigant in person named and shamed  to highlight the challenges faced by the family court  A litigant in person, who sent abusive emails and assaulted his wife’s barrister has been named and shamed by Mr. Justice Mostyn to...
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Staff from Salisbury-based legal firm, Trethowans, have helped to raise £5,600 for people with spinal injuries. Every year the company's personal injury team invites guests to a charity dinner in aid of the Spinal Injuries Association and this...