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.

Tips for a stress-free summer for families

01 August 2014
The schools have broken up and the summer holidays are here. For many it’s a time for the family to unwind and spend quality time together however, for some families holidays aren’t the fun they’re cracked up to be.
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Spotlight on Zero-Hours Contracts and Exclusivity Clauses

26 June 2014
This week the media spotlight has been shining, once again, on zero-hours contracts and in particular the government’s announcement that exclusivity clauses are to be banned.
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Reforms to Bailiff and Enforcement Regulations

02 May 2014
On 6 April 2014, the long-awaited reforms to the ‘bailiff and enforcement’ regulations and costs became law. The new regulations deal with when a debtor’s premises can be entered and what goods can be taken or not taken.
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Clerical errors in wills - have the floodgates been opened?

22 April 2014
There has been considerable coverage in legal press regarding the decision in and the effects of Marley -v- Rawling, in which the Supreme Court determined that mirror wills mistakenly signed by the wrong testator should nonetheless be deemed valid.
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Flood risks and the impact on insurance. Is help at hand?

07 April 2014
As recent events and media coverage have shown, flooding is becoming a major issue in the UK. It seems that, no matter how far you live away from a water source, no property is really immune.
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