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Lies, Damned Lies and Divorce

You may have seen many commentators, the BBC included, reporting this week that divorces were up in 2016 by 5.8% - "the biggest...

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Mental health problems force thousands out of work

A recent report commissioned by the government has estimated that approximately 300,000 people lose their jobs every year because...

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Scots decision on s110(2)(b) Construction Act

The Scottish Courts address the hitherto mystery as to what actually is meant by "the basis on which" in respect to a payment notice....

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Equal pay and construction

Interesting article from my colleague and head of Employment and Dispute Resolution in Construction News last week....  

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Consultation on changes to Construction Act

It will be interesting to see the industry's response to this consultation review.  I have my own views which I will be sharing via...

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EU regulator to review fund fees

ESMA is taking another look at closet tracker funds as part of its review of fund management fees.

European Union financial regulators will conduct a large-scale study of the cost and performance of mutual funds, a top regulator said on...…

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Register Now to Reclaim Employment Tribunal Fees

The Employment Tribunal used to charge claimants a fee for issuing their claim and before the final hearing of their case. Between July...

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FinTech companies struggling to get customer data from banks may now have leverage

Banks that delay in providing customer data are under scrutiny. The suspicion is that they are deliberately hindering companies they see...

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Retiring family judge uses final speech to slam legal aid cuts

Mr Justice Bodey has used his valedictory speech to highlight the extent to which legal aid cuts made in 2013 have impacted many people's...

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Unsent text accepted as dead man's Will by Australian court

An Australian court has ruled that a text message which an individual typed and stored in the drafts folder on his phone, but did not...

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Race Discrimination and Statistics - the story from the Employment Tribunal

There’s been a lot in the news today about race and statistics. The Government has launched a website with the results of its race...

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Employment Tribunal awards £10,000 for comment in birthday card

...is how this case is being reported, but there was in fact a series of lewd remarks.  

Remember that age is a protected...

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Flossy the UKIP Lion

The letter I would write if I were the Premier League Lion...

Dear Flossy

Hope you are well. I thought I should introduce myself, lion to...

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New Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims

The new Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims came into force on 1 October 2017 and applies to debts owed to businesses by individuals...

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Interest in UK NPLs increases following Brexit

Is this the inevitable result of rising inflation leading to higher interest rates with a knock-on effect on the UK's zombie companies?

U.S. credit hedge fund Marathon Asset Management sees buying opportunities in British non-performing loans as Britain’s economy slows...…

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