Standard Terms & Conditions – Getting Your Business Fully Protected

One way of protecting your business is to review your standard terms and conditions regularly to ensure they are up to date with the most recent legislation. For most businesses...


Defamation & Discovering The Identities Of The Culprits: Norwich Pharmacal Order

In the modern digital age, the potential for defamatory comments to reach a wide audience has never been greater. Defamation once revolved mostly around newspapers and printed material, but now,...


Court Of Appeal Sets Out Approach For Measuring Loss In Solicitor Negligence Case

In Edwards v Hugh James Ford Simey (a firm) [2018] EWCA Civ 1299, the Court of Appeal overturned a decision that the Claimant had not established causation for damages and...


Professional Negligence: An Overview

Professional Negligence can be a somewhat confusing term but essentially, it is when a professional, for example a solicitor or barrister, surveyor, accountant, architect, independent financial adviser, has failed to...


Top Tips To Aid Your Businesses Successful Debt Recovery

Effective credit control is essential to maintain the cashflow of your business. There are practical steps that you as a business can take to avoid bad debt and reduce the...


Identity Fraud In Property Transaction – Solicitors Deemed Liable For Buyer’s Loss

Good news for clients who are victims of identity fraud in a property transaction. On 15th May 2018, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the much anticipated...


Will GDPR Affect My Business & Will It Still Apply After Brexit?

In May, organisations across the United Kingdom will need to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation which comes into effect. With time ticking to bring your...


Live Streaming: Protecting Your Copyright – A ”Knock-Out” for Sky

Live streaming is the process by which individuals can transmit content in real time: with rapid advancements in technology, a few simple clicks is all that is required for an...


Assumption of Responsibility Re-Confirmed

The Supreme Court were recently asked to consider the well-established “assumption of responsibility” test in the Scottish case of Steel and Another v NRAM Ltd (formerly NRAM plc) [2018] All...


Copyright – Protecting Your Rights At Home

With an increase in the number of couples choosing to live together before marriage has come an awareness of the practical and, it has to be said, not very romantic,...


Louboutin – Will Substantial Value Prove To Be A Substantial Problem?

The use of a bright red sole on a stiletto shoe is, for many people, synonymous with luxury fashion house, Christian Louboutin. Hugely popular, the red sole demonstrates (at least...


What Is Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal status and form of insolvency whereby all or most of a person’s debts are written off. What Is Bankruptcy? Who Does It Affect? Those who find...