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Employment Tribunal Fees, Time Limits and Refunds

Many will be aware of the landmark Supreme Court case that recently abolished the Employment Tribunal (ET) fees payable by...

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Employment Law:  Monumental Supreme Court ruling – Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful

The Supreme Court, the highest court in the UK, has held that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful. This decision will...

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Disposing of Redundant Timeshare Interests

The timeshare sales boom of the 1980s has resulted in a timeshare crisis for the current decade.    Most of those...

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What’s in a Name? Protecting the Company Assets

It was reported recently that Victoria Beckham has registered her children’s names as European and UK Trade Marks. Much like...

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Property Market Predictions for 2017

It is fair to say that 2016 was a year full of surprises.  Donald Trump’s triumph in the American Presidential...

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Knowing Your Audience – Trade Marks and Deceit in the EU

On 27 October 2016 the EU’s General Court handed down its judgment in respect of popular UK-based coffee chain, Caffè...

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Devastated Wife applies to the Court of Protection to end Husband’s Life

A devastated wife of a severely injured man has applied to the Court of Protection for permission to end his...

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When To Go Legal: A Careful Balancing Act

Read our article "When To Go Legal: A Careful Balancing Act" written by Jonathan Hogg and published in the Legal...

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Why make a Will with a Solicitor?

Why make a Will with a Solicitor rather than a Will Writer? Solicitor   Will Writer Solicitors are fully trained...

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Court Fees increased from 9th March 2015 How does this affect Commercial Litigation & Debt Recovery

Read our article on the increase in Court Fees written by Paul Hilton Increase in Court Fees - the effect...

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Insolvency as a Tool for Debt Collection

Read our article "Insolvency as  Collections Tool" written by Jonathan Hogg and published in the Legal & Enforcement section of...

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