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The role of Cafcass

If parents cannot agree over arrangements for their children, it is sometimes necessary to ask the Court to assist. 

This usually then...

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Guess the law firm logo

A little bit of summer fun - thanks to Nisus Consulting.  How many of the ten law firm firms pictured can you identify? 

Whilst the names...

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Microchipping - To be or should not be?

The Wisconsin based tech company Three Square Market made headlines a few weeks ago when they became the first company in the US to...

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Mind your language, SRA warns solicitors

What you put on social media and in emails lives in posterity! 

A spate of cases involving solicitors being penalised for their use of language in electronic media has prompted the Solicitors...…

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Suspension dilemma

The importance of knowing when it’s appropriate to suspend an employee has popped into the spot light again, in the High Court case of...

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The SRA has told solicitors to... be polite

The Solicitors Regulation Authority has today issued guidance on how to avoid causing offence. This is in response to an increase in...

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Family solicitor banned for backdating eight letters

No more hiding behind backdated letters! With technology advancing, it's all too easy to prove when something was created. 

A solicitor who fabricated eight backdated letters in one day has been banned from practising. Claire Margaret Wheeler, who was 27 at the...…

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'Post-Brexit Boost'...?

An interesting perspective from a group of economists here that see Brexit as a golden opportunity for UK Financial Services. 

The jury is...

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Ethics and sex robots

A fun article in the press about sexbots roused my otherwise monosyllabic teenage sons into an unusually animated debate. An ethical...

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NAFTA talks must include discussion on fintech: Mexican negotiator

As the U.S., Canada, and Mexico look to renegotiate NAFTA, standardizing regulatory standards for fintech has become an item on the agenda.

Vanessa Rubio, an undersecretary at Mexico's finance ministry who is taking part in the NAFTA negotiations that began in Washington on...…

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SRA shuts down Hull firm Ingrams

How many more firms are like this that we don't know about?

The Solicitors Regulation Authority has moved to shut down a well-known Hull firm, less than a year after its senior partner and owner...…

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Surrogacy Law: Is Reform on the Cards?

There is a growing clamour amongst lawyers and campaigners for reform of the UK's rules on surrogacy arrangements. 

As the law stands, the...

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Finding Fault With Divorce

There are a number of facts upon which a divorce petition can be issued, however currently there is no non-fault based fact upon which...

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PPI - the final chapter

Today the FCA announced a deadline for PPI complaints of 29 August 2019, together with a campaign, paid for by the firms, to make sure...

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LinkedIn handed setback in web scraping lawsuit

I've previously written about LinkedIn's web scraping battle in the United States.

The implications are far reaching for many companies,...

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Robot royalties

Artificial Intelligence is day by day trumping itself, from producing classical works of art, to diagnosing cancers. Today, it's still...

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New Divorce Petition

A new Divorce Petition has been introduced in order to commence divorce proceedings. 

The BBC have published an article stating that the...

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The ticking time bomb that is GDPR

Financial, legal and technology are just some of the many sectors paying attention to GDPR - coming into effect in May 2018. However,...

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Exclusive: Leicester law firm plans national network of franchised high street offices

One to watch over the next 12 months, doubling monthly turnover to around £30,000. Social Media being a key driving factor.

Edward Hands & Lewis (EHL), a Leicester-based law firm with 15 branches, is planning to launch a national network of franchised offices...…

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GDPR and PSD2 - friends or foes?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) presents significant challenges for banks – by next May, they need to know exactly what...

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Changing your child's name

If both parents can agree to a name change, changing a child's name is relatively straight forward. 

If both parents have parental...

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Support your children!

On divorce, one contentious issue is sorting out child maintenance, ie how much should the parent with whom the child does not live with...

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Spotlight on Unpaid Internships

A recent study by the Institute for Social and Economic Research has concluded that unpaid internships can hinder a person’s earning...

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