Daughter Wins Legal Challenge To Invalidate Mother’s Will

A daughter has successfully challenged her mother's will in the High Court, giving her a share of the £325,000 inheritance. The deceased, Jean Clitheroe, had left her entire estate to her...

The New UK Points-Based Immigration System

A new UK points-based immigration system for work visas is to apply from 1 January 2021. In a policy paper published on 18...

Late Author’s Family Win Back Watership Down IP Rights

The family of the late Richard Adams have been awarded the rights to the author's novel Watership...

Court Enforces Lower PI Settlement Accepted By Claimant In Error

A personal injury claimant who mistakenly settled for one-tenth of the amount they intended has been told...

CMA Calls For Emergency Legislation To Pursue Opportunist Retailers

The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has called for the UK Government to introduce new emergency legislation...

All Charges Under Coronavirus Act Were Unlawful

Britain's most senior police officer has apologised after it was revealed every person prosecuted under the Coronavirus...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

Businesses claiming wages costs under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to start preparing for the scheme's closure on 31 October 2020. The...

How To Prepare For An Employment Tribunal Preliminary Hearing

The importance of preparing for an employment tribunal preliminary hearing is not to be underestimated. While not designed to bring a workplace dispute...

Unlawful Deduction of Wages (Employers’ Guide!)

Part II of the Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out various statutory provisions that protect workers from unauthorised or unlawful deductions from their...

Law for People

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Constructive Dismissal Advice For Employees

Employees forced to resign as a result of their employer’s conduct in the workplace may be eligible to claim constructive dismissal. Below we provide...

Tier 2 Visa Termination of Employment

What are the rules for Tier 2 visa holders if you lose your job? One of the conditions of the Tier 2 visa is...

Who Gets Custody of Child in a Divorce?

There are a number of factors to take into consideration when determining who will get custody of a child in a divorce. The...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

Businesses claiming wages costs under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to start preparing for the scheme's closure on 31 October 2020. The...

How To Prepare For An Employment Tribunal Preliminary Hearing

The importance of preparing for an employment tribunal preliminary hearing is not to be underestimated. While not designed to bring a workplace dispute...

Unlawful Deduction of Wages (Employers’ Guide!)

Part II of the Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out various statutory provisions that protect workers from unauthorised or unlawful deductions from their...

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Consumer Rights: Faulty Goods under Warranty

If an item you have purchased develops a fault, should you rely on your legal rights or make a claim under the warranty? What...

Flight Cancellation Refund (And How to Obtain One!)

If your flight is cancelled, you have the right to be rerouted or refunded under the Denied Boarding Regulation. The Denied Boarding Regulations apply...

Claiming Under the Sale of Goods Act (What You Should Do!)

Claiming under the Sale of Goods Act is the route a consumer should take if they have purchased an item that isn't of...

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Constructive Dismissal Advice For Employees

Employees forced to resign as a result of their employer’s conduct in the workplace may be eligible...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

Businesses claiming wages costs under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to start preparing for the...

Court Enforces Lower PI Settlement Accepted By Claimant In Error

A personal injury claimant who mistakenly settled for one-tenth of the amount they intended has been told by a court they must accept the outcome of the error. The ruling in...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

Businesses claiming wages costs under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to start preparing for the...

Tier 2 Visa Termination of Employment

What are the rules for Tier 2 visa holders if you lose your job? One of the conditions...

How To Prepare For An Employment Tribunal Preliminary Hearing

The importance of preparing for an employment tribunal preliminary hearing is not to be underestimated. While not...

CMA Calls For Emergency Legislation To Pursue Opportunist Retailers

The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has called for the UK Government to introduce new emergency legislation...

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