Our blog provides you with updates and points of view on different aspects of law that can affect individuals and businesses.

Posts are written by some of our partners, senior solicitors and solicitors.

Caster Semenya case raises important legal and ethical questions of gender identity, sex equality and doping in sport

21 June 2019

Caster Semenya, the South African sportswoman whose case has rocked the world of international athletics, continues to compete as she awaits a decision into her appeal against the implementation of new testosterone limits for female athletes.

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Defra takes control and supports the rural community as new pest control licences are issued - but what are they and where do you stand?

14 June 2019

After two months, during which time more than 4,000 comments were received, Defra has today issued three new pest control licences – allowing the shooting of species deemed to be a real hazard to rural life.

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Government urged to act following #MeToo campaign, but how far will it go asks regional legal expert.

12 June 2019

Just how far is the Government prepared to go to prevent businesses using non-disclosure agreements to stop any dirty laundry being aired in public?

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Businesses looking to capitalise on the growing offshore sector must take note of existing and new employment law.

03 June 2019

The growth of the offshore wind industry across the Humber and Lincolnshire regions is providing ongoing opportunities for SMEs.

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When the wind blows…

03 June 2019

Amy Slocombe Smith, a Senior solicitor within Wilkin Chapman’s specialist agricultural team, looks at how the result of a serious injury case could impact upon landowners across our region.

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