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Administration and liability for retention of title goods: what next?

The problem of retention of title (ROT) claims from suppliers is one which frequently troubles administrators, who find themselves pressed by suppliers anxious for a swift resolution to their claim. What are the implications of the recent Blue Monkey decision and how should lawyers be advising their clients? More…

Legal Eagles Fly High With Video Conferencing

The legal landscape continues to evolve. Changes in legislation and working procedures are inspiring a more technological driven legal process with video conferencing playing an increasingly influential role. More…

Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014

New opportunities for businesses will arise under new legislation reforming the law on co-operatives and community benefit societies. So how will they work? More…

SmartPA: How outsourcing can transform your business

By minimising cost and risk, SmartPA have helped numerous organisations succeed and grow. However, it’s the peace of mind SmartPA provide their clients that they value most, knowing their business is in safe hands. More…

Effectively pleading and evidencing a claim

A cautionary reminder of the need for careful thought to effectively plead a claim and evidence… More…

Everything you need to know about Lexcel accreditation

Lexcel is the Law Society’s practice management standard, the objective of which is to enhance the service given by a practice to its clients, and to improve the management of the practice. More…

ICO releases new guidance on data controllers

The Information Commissioner’s Office’s guidance for law firms means no excuses for IT breaches. Firms can start by ensuring they can identify who is their firm’s data controller and data processor. More…

Getting sick employees back to work; and terminating an employment contract when others are involved

We look at two very different developments in employment law and what they mean for employers: terminating an employment contract when other employees influence the decision; and the forthcoming Health and Work Service. More…

Presumption of Death: easing relatives’ burden

The Presumption of Death Act 2013 will come into force on 1 October 2014, but how useful will a presumption of death procedure be for families and lawyers? More…

Books for the busy practitioner: new and upcoming releases

With the memory of reading the latest detective thriller by a sunny poolside swiftly fading, there’s a definite ‘back to school’ air settling on lawyers. So what better time to find out what’s hot off the legal press? More…

 
 
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