A BBC report published last week has highlighted that the number of legal disputes between parents residing in different countries has more than doubled in the last two years. [read more]9th May 2013
Until 1st September 2012, squatting in any type of building was a civil offence requiring recourse to the court in order to evict unwanted residents. [read more]30th April 2013
High Court proceedings were brought by a young man, now 18 years of age, who at the age of 17 had been detained in custody for 12 hours and strip searched before being released on police bail. [read more]
Business must take steps to protect the content of business emails through contractual agreements and operational processes such as archiving, as the courts will not treat the contents of emails as their property
Crucial changes to be implemented from 1st April 2013
Gepp & Sons summer work experience scheme is now open for application.
Experts warn householders to take care over asset protection schemes against future care home contributions
University urges it students to express caution when posting to social media sites
As the debate continues over network-level filtering to block internet access to adult content, smart phones are causing increasing problems for parents of the young or those with learning difficulties.
Court of Appeal overturns Employment Appeal Tribunal and rules no contract of employment existed
Relaxation of planning rules to encourage developers to use offices, shops and warehouses as social housing.
Number of agreed mortgages rises for 5th month in a row
UK house prices show growth in 2012