- How does the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act affect employment law? (Part 1 of 3)
- Employment tribunal fees to be introduced in 2013
- National minimum wage to increase from 1 October 2013
- NHS death rates rise at the weekend – Surprise or blindingly obvious?
- Civil partnerships – to have and let go?
- Think before you write. It could come back to bite you
- Further expansion with new head of litigation
- All that I have I share with you… except my company assets!
- Trading names in a contract – beware
Insight & opinion
In a very recent case concerning the breakdown of a marriage, the court has decided that they would enforce the pre-nuptial, or pre-marital agreement between parties, as it had been taken out before the marriage with the aid of legal … Continue reading
Since December 2012 the Department for Work and Pensions, Child Maintenance Group, have been testing the new system and are confident that the new scheme works well. They are preparing to open the Child Maintenance Service to all new statutory … Continue reading
Buyers of a residential property often ask their conveyancer ‘When buying a house can we rely upon what the seller tells us verbally?’ The answer is generally, no – you can only rely upon what is put in writing by … Continue reading
In a recent case Marley v Rawlings, Mr & Mrs Rawlings had made mirror wills but had accidentally signed each others. They had both left their estates to a Mr Marley who was not related to them. When Mr Rawlings … Continue reading