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Archive for May, 2012

Motor Insurance Scandal: A Lawyer’s View

31.05.12

The OFT is a welcome statement of fact. The insurers for years have benefitted from having a vested financial interest in claims and have long escaped censure by blaming third…

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Motor Insurance Scandal: A Lawyer’s View

Partnership v LLP – Which is best? There’s only one way to find out…

28.05.12

On a regular basis, I receive queries from business clients trying to find the most suitable business vehicle to suit their commercial (and personal) needs. As is so often the…

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Partnership v LLP – Which is best? There’s only one way to find out…

Additional punishment for fine avoiders

28.05.12

Tom Whitehead (Telegraph) reports today that “charges of at least £15 a time will be added to outstanding court fines for any offender who fails to pay up on time….

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Additional punishment for fine avoiders

Criminal footballers: Right to return?

24.05.12

Luke McCormick is to pick up where he left off it appears, and will once again enjoy the trappings of a footballer’s lifestyle. In my view, the footballer existence is…

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Criminal footballers: Right to return?

Vacancy: Clinical Negligence Solicitor 2 years PQE

23.05.12

We are looking to recruit a Clinical Negligence Solicitor into our Clinical Negligence Department with at least 2 years PQE who has worked within a Clinical Negligence Franchise. Job Description…

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Vacancy: Clinical Negligence Solicitor 2 years PQE

The Controversial Beecroft Report: Employment Law Reforms

23.05.12

Mark Higgins, Employment Law Partner There is little doubt that the proposal to allow “no-fault” dismissals contained in the Beecroft report (published yesterday, following a leak to the Daily Telegraph)…

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The Controversial Beecroft Report: Employment Law Reforms

The Controversial Beecroft Report: Employment Law Reforms

23.05.12

There is little doubt that the proposal to allow “no-fault” dismissals contained in the Beecroft report (published yesterday, following a leak to the Daily Telegraph) should be consigned to the…

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The Controversial Beecroft Report: Employment Law Reforms

Anti Social Behaviour legislation should be reviewed and simplified

22.05.12

The current regime has led to orders being made and then quashed against a wife who was living in the same household as her husband. Orders have also been made…

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Anti Social Behaviour legislation should be reviewed and simplified

Will sexual abuse compensation cases test the legal limits of liability?

22.05.12

The Guardian report upon the case of the Claimant, referred to as ‘JGE’ who alleges to have been sexually abused by a priest whilst residing in a children’s home, run…

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Will sexual abuse compensation cases test the legal limits of liability?

Managing the finances of a law firm: Donns collapsed owing £2.4m to Co-op Bank

22.05.12

Managing the finances of a law firm, especially in the current climate, is very demanding – but of course I would say that. However, what went so wrong here? A…

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Managing the finances of a law firm: Donns collapsed owing £2.4m to Co-op Bank

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