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Insight & opinion
‘Leave the striking to the players’ and ‘Blow the whistle on domestic abuse’ these are the billboard messages being publicised by Police Forces throughout the UK ahead of and during The World Cup 2014. A study undertaken by Dr Stuart … Continue reading
Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division of the High Court of England and Wales, recently spoke at a news conference held at the Royal Courts of Justice. He asserts that judges should be replaced by registrars in uncontested … Continue reading
It is an absolute fact that in the majority of cases, children benefit from a close relationship with both parents. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons that is not always easily arranged between separating parents where one can refuse to … Continue reading
It is common practice in commercial contracts, particularly in construction and manufacturing, for the parties to limit or exclude their liability or pre-determine what compensation should be paid following a breach of contract. The latter clause is called a Liquidated … Continue reading
A recent report has shown that the removal of legal aid for disputes concerning children has had a direct effect upon the justice system with a significant rise in the number of people acting without legal representation, known as ‘Litigants … Continue reading