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Property Legislation: recent changes

2014 was a relatively quiet year for property related legislation, but what changes are notable for practitioners? More…

Companies House rule changes: simplifying company names rules

As part of a general drive on the part of government to cut back on bureaucracy and ‘red tape’, simpler rules on company names have been in effect since 31 January 2015. More…

Revolutionise Your Firm: New Service Announced for the Legal Profession

the SOLICITORS group is expanding its offering of content for the legal sector with an entirely new take on its events, and a new E-Bulletin specifically for law firm decision makers. More…

Company Registration and Search Agents

The Company Limited have over 30 years’ experience within the company formation and search industry More…

ADR and Mediation: Beware of Refusing ADR

Mediation and other forms of ADR are increasingly viable solutions for resolving commercial disputes. But can a party refuse to consider mediation without any consequences? More…

Complications of Cell Site Reports and Subsequent Defence Questions

In simple terms, cell site is the analysis of call data together with the results of radio frequency measurements in order to form an opinion on the location of a mobile device. suitable for law firms of all sizes. More…

Family Ex Parte Applications: a case of errors

What is a family lawyer’s responsibility to the court in relation to reducing the incidence of errors? Court rulings regularly feature useful judicial guidance and warnings to practitioners. In a recent ruling, the court laid bare a series of procedural mistakes that should prompt family lawyers to maintain their responsibilities to the court. More…

Consumer Rights Act: enhancing consumer rights; clarity for traders

The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA) will soon mark a watershed for consumers and traders, introducing significant new rights and remedies for consumers. We summarise the main provisions and their implications for lawyers and clients – and law firms. More…

Defective HR Procedures: the consequences

An employer’s compliance with proper grievance procedures is vital, otherwise it may face an employment claim. More…

POCA Codes of Practice: new powers and guidance

New Codes of Practice come into force on 1 June, so what do these mean for businesses, and criminal practitioners concerned in POCA investigations? More…

Blog Round-Up - the best of the Regulatory Blogs

Lawyers are more than ever turning to blogs for their quick fix of news and opinion. When it comes to getting a fast response to changes in the legal landscape, or an opinion on an important judgment, nothing beats a law blogger with a smartphone and Wi-Fi for being quick off the mark. More…

 
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