Competition law - BT and Openreach

These are the sort of scenarios with which people associate competition law. A giant telecoms company is forced to hive off part of its...

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The Pets We Leave Behind

Recently, I have been dealing with more and more queries from clients who, when preparing new wills for themselves, want to know what...

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Charity law change postponed

Charities have been given more time to take steps to comply with new rules, which automatically disqualify charity trustees and senior...

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Facebook and Divorce

Facebook although a hugely beneficial app to bring the world closer together is now been used to catch cheating spouses. 

Using Facebook...

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The sword in the stone?

Possibly a lesson in how not to run litigation, the long-running saga that was Excalibur Ventures LLC – v – Texas Keystone Inc. & Others 

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Return to budget balance

The Chancellor has opened the Autumn Statement by confirming that he is determined to build an economy that works for everyone.  

As the...

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Autumn Statement

The papers are filled with speculation over what Philip Hammond might say in tomorrow's Autumn Statement.  All speculation can cease once...

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Good Divorce Week

The Gardner Leader Family Team are Resolution members and are all committed to the Resolution Code of Practice which aims to deal with...

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Worker Engagement

A recent speech by the Prime Minister on worker representation on boards has brought into focus the whole issue of employee engagement. 

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Cryonic preservation

The importance of expressing your wishes regarding the disposal of your body is in the spotlight today.  Time to review your Will and...

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Dangers of co-ownership

The danger of contributing to the cost of purchase of a house, without a formal declaration setting out what proportions are owned by the...

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Personal Injury Reforms

The Ministry of Justice has announced proposed reforms to the personal injury claim process. The consultation paper, which is referred to...

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Zero Hours Contracts and the Flexible Economy

Zero hours and flexible contracts have been attracting a lot of press attention recently, whether it is their use by employers like...

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Fairness at Work

The Guardian makes some good points today about the need to ensure that employment law adapts to modern working practices. Developing the...

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Stamp Duty to be paid by Sellers.... ? !

With the Autumn statement coming up  I was interested to read in this article that there are calls for the Chancellor to again consider a...

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The perils of data sharing

For many companies, particularly technology companies, the data they gather is often their biggest asset. As people are prepared to share...

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RIght to Rent Reforms

New law brought in by the government last year placed a duty on residential landlords to establish tenants had a right to abode in Great...

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