Court Of Appeal Rule On Fencing Easement Case – Churston Golf Club Limited v Richard Haddock

Whether you own freehold or leasehold property or are considering purchasing residential or commercial property, the Court of Appeal’s decision in the case of Churston Golf Club Limited v Richard...


Planning Inquiries Under Review

The independent review of planning appeal inquiries by Mrs Bridget Rosewell was published recently. The report focused on the Government’s reforms and how it can ensure it delivers 300,000 new...


The Effects That A Marriage Or Divorce Can Have On A Person’s Will

Certain landmark events in life, such as a marriage or divorce, can often mean that you will want to review any existing Will that you already have in place. However,...


Damages For Bereaved Families Needing An Overhaul?

Personal Injury lawyers have brought bereavement damages for families into the spotlight again, citing that urgent changes need to be made by the Government. Bereavement Damages ‘Bereavement damages’ can be...


2019 Employment Law Changes

During the last couple of weeks, there have been various employment law changes that have been outlined or introduced across the country, including The Employment Rights (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2019...


Divorce Tourism Case – German Wife Told She Can’t Divorce In England

A German woman seeking a divorce from her husband has been told that she can’t divorce in England and will instead have to divorce in her native Germany. Pierburg Divorce...


Ministry Of Justice Spends Millions On Its Own Representation At Inquests

Ministry Of Justice Spending At Inquests Figures released by the charity Inquest show that in 2017 the Ministry of Justice spent £4.2 million on legal representation for the prison and...


Importance Of Obtaining Regulated Financial Advice

Recently there has been a lot of news coverage regarding investment and pension scams and most recently the collapse of an unregulated company, London Capital & Finance (LCF), with investors...


EAT Find Failure To Hold Investigation Hearing Did Not Make Dismissal Unfair

In a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal, an employer (Jefferies International Ltd) was found to have unfairly dismissed an employee by failing to follow a fair process, having not allowed him...


Former Swansea City Chairman Sues His Divorce Solicitors But Errors By His Professional Negligence Lawyers Have Created Further Costs & Delays 

Jenkins v JCP Solicitors Ltd Mr Jenkins was, until recently, the Chairman of Swansea City Association Football Club.  He recently divorced, having allegedly delayed instituting divorce proceedings on the advice...


No Fault Divorce Law Reforms To Be Introduced

The Government has announced that it will introducing legislation as soon as Parliamentary time allows to change the current procedure for divorce across England and Wales. This will allow separating...


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Compensation Claims

What is Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)? PPE is equipment which can be used or worn to protect you from risks to your health and safety. The equipment can range from respirators,...