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Congratulations to Vodafone which has become the first in-house legal team to sign up to the Greener Litigation Associate Member Pledge....
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Last month the High Court handed down judgment on a particularly interesting case concerning the proper exercise of directors’ duties...
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Four directors have been disqualified for abusing the dissolution process pursuant to powers introduced by the Rating (Coronavirus) and...
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Many parents of 'tweenagers' may be unsure what to do about childcare over the holiday period and may also be under pressure from their...
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Last week, the Law Society published a report on neurotechnology and its potential impact on the law and the legal profession. Although...
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The Women & Equalities Committee is urging the government to act to introduce 15 year old recommendations aimed at protecting certain...
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Another article highlighting the pension blindness that pervades some divorces, and risks leaving many, particularly divorced wives, in...
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Following the welcome and long-awaited Domestic Abuse Act 2021, victims of domestic abuse are now afforded additional support and...
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The requirement for certain foreign nationals to register with the police as part of their immigration conditions ended last week. For...
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Anyone working in financial services will be aware of the requirement for individuals carrying out regulated roles to be "fit and...
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While political and media focus has largely been on the effect of energy price rises on households, analysts at Cornwall Insight warn...
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Earlier this year the High Court passed a controversial judgment in Hashmi v Lorimer-Wing [2022] EWHC 191 (Ch) (colloquially known as Re...