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  • The Summer Review 2016

    19 August 2016

    Welcome to the Summer edition of The Review. Our solicitors have written a selection of articles and guides on the latest legal issues which could be important for you and your family.…

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  • Term-time Truants

    17 August 2016

    In a recent High Court case it was held that a father who took his daughter out of school for an unauthorised term-time holiday did not have to pay a fine of £120 which the Isle of Wight Council sought to enforce against him.…

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  • Will Disputes: Prevention is better than cure

    17 August 2016

    Will and inheritance disputes have soared year on year over the last decade and for the families involved these disputes can be time consuming, divisive and inevitably expensive.…

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  • "Brexit"

    17 August 2016

    Our Solicitors discuss the implications of leaving the European Union…

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  • Boundary Disputes: A recommended approach

    17 August 2016

    Boundary disputes happen more often than is desirable. They must be treated with caution as grievances tend to linger and fester and neighbours obviously have to co-exist for as long as they live in the adjoining properties. …

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  • Homemade Wills

    17 August 2016

    The trouble is that with homemade Wills, there are so many potential pitfalls and problems we couldn’t begin to describe them all. Certainly a tiny mistake can lead to a catastrophic failing.…

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  • August 2016 Employment Law Update

    12 August 2016

    Welcome to the August 2016 Employment Law Update. We hope that you will find this informative and useful in keeping you up to date. …

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  • Injunction for the imaging and search of competing employees’ electronic devices

    03 August 2016

    A recent High Court case (Arthur J Gallagher Services UK Ltd –v- Skriptchenko) has established that an employer seeking to protect confidential information taken by former employees setting up a competing business can obtain an injunction for the imaging and search of their personal electronic devices and the deletion of any of the employer’s confidential information found on them.…

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  • Whistleblowing claim against hirer and employment agency

    03 August 2016

    An agency nurse employed by an Employment Business agency was allowed to bring a whistleblowing claim against the end-user hirer to whom she was assigned, a University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.…

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  • Employment law implications of Brexit

    03 August 2016

    The interesting debate taking place amongst politicians and constitutional lawyers about the legal effect of the Brexit referendum has thrown some light on what the ultimate impact is likely to be on UK employment law.…

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