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 Down. The High Court has ruled found in favour of Watership Downs Enterprises, the...

The New UK Points-Based Immigration System

The UK's new points-based immigration system for work visas is now in force. Following the end of both EU freedom of movement and...

Changes to Motoring Laws from April 2021

New rules affecting UK motorists are due to come into force this year. The Department of Transport...

Controversial Policing Bill Moves Closer To Becoming Legislation

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has passed its second reading in Parliament with a majority...

Sentencing Reforms See Teenage Killers Face Longer Jail Terms

Teenage killers are to face longer jail sentences, under reforms announced by the justice secretary, Robert Buckland. Older...

Right to Repair Law to be Introduced this Summer

A new law is due to be introduced this summer giving consumers in the UK the 'right...

Family Law

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No Fault Divorce: Where Are We Now?

Getting a divorce can be an extremely difficult and emotionally challenging time for the former couple. Yet even where both ex-partners are in...

How Does Divorce Affect Your Pension?

When it comes to divorce or civil partnership dissolution, all financial assets have to be put out in the open, and this includes all...

How to Get a Non Molestation Order

For victims of domestic abuse, a non molestation order can be used to prevent your abuser from harassing you further. In this article, we...

Conveyancing Focus

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ID1 Form Land Registry (How to Complete it!)

The ID1 form is used to provide evidence of identity to the Land Registry for a private individual in respect of certain property-related...

How to Choose the Best Conveyancing Solicitors

If you are thinking about buying or selling a property you will need a good lawyer to help with the legalities. The following...

Joint Tenancy Agreement: Property Rights of Shared Ownership

If you are thinking about buying a property together with your partner, a relative or even a friend, you will need to understand...

Employment law for people focus

Read our latest articles covering employment law for people.

Age Discrimination in the Workplace (Your Rights)

Age discrimination or ageism in the workplace is a form of unlawful discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. Employers are under a legal...

Treated Unfairly At Work: What Are Your Rights?

What should you do if you are being treated unfairly at work? In most cases, employees will be expected to try to resolve issues...

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...

Personal injury

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Personal Injury: How To Claim Compensation

If you have been injured in an accident, whether at work, in your car, or in a public place, and it was caused...

Claims: How the MOJ Portal Works

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) claims portal is an online hub where all parties to the claim enter required information, basic validation checks...

How Does the Claims Portal Work?

The Claims Portal is an online tool for securely processing low value personal injury claims in road traffic accidents, or employers’ and public...

Latest Law for People

A round-up of all the latest business law articles

Age Discrimination in the Workplace (Your Rights)

Age discrimination or ageism in the workplace is a form of unlawful discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. Employers are under a legal duty...

Prove Your Right to Work (Which Documents?)

Every worker in the UK has to provide proof to their employer that they have the right to work. This requirement applies regardless of the...

Tier 2 Sponsor List (How to Find a UK Sponsor Employer!)

The Tier 2 sponsor list, also known as the Register of Licensed Sponsors, details all UK employers that hold a valid sponsorship licence permitting...

No Fault Divorce: Where Are We Now?

Getting a divorce can be an extremely difficult and emotionally challenging time for the former couple. Yet even where both ex-partners are in agreement...

Hall & Preddy: Homosexual Rights Landmark Decision

Hall & Preddy v Bull is a landmark case in the UK dealing with homosexual rights and unlawful sexual orientation discrimination. Facts of the case On...

How Does Divorce Affect Your Pension?

When it comes to divorce or civil partnership dissolution, all financial assets have to be put out in the open, and this includes all pensions...

Lodger Agreement (Landlord Advice)

A lodger is someone who rents a furnished room in a landlord’s main home and shares use of certain common parts of the property...

Can Police Retain DNA & Fingerprints?

If you have ever been arrested and had to provide your fingerprints or a DNA sample, you may want to know how long the...

What is Freedom of Speech in the UK?

Freedom of speech forms a fundamental part of our democracy. The UK public and press enjoy some of the greatest freedoms of anyone in...

Current Law on Squatting

What is squatting? Squatting is where someone has entered a property without first obtaining permission from the owner, and then stays there, or intends to...

Gagging Orders: Everything You Need to Know

What are gagging orders? A gagging order, or non-disclosure order, is a type of injunction used to protect the someone's right to privacy and confidentiality....

Death Penalty: A History of UK Capital Punishment

A History of Capital Punishment in the UK Capital punishment, the use of the death penalty by the state, originated in the Anglo-Saxon era and...

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