Payment Delay For Woodford Fund Investors

Investors awaiting payments from the now wound-up Woodford Fund have been informed that there will be a delay in them receiving their initial payments. Investors were previously informed that they...


How To Deal With An Employment Tribunal Claim From An Employee

Unfortunately, the majority of employers, at one time or another, will receive an Employment Tribunal claim from an employee, ex-employee, prospective employee or trade union. When this happens, it is...


Coronation Street – The Plight Of Tyrone & Fizz – Section 20 & Care Proceedings

Fans of Coronation Street will have seen a very interesting story-line developing involving Fizz and Tyrone. This young couple have agreed to sign a Section 20 agreement in order to...


Personal Injury Settlements & IVAs

A Personal Injury Trust is typically set up to protect someone’s entitlement to means tested benefits where acceptance of a accident claim settlement may otherwise deem them to be ineligible....


One Year On – A Review Of The NHS Resolution’s Early Notification Scheme

In September, The Law Society Gazette published an article on the outcome of the progress report from the NHS Resolution which states that they have begun to make more early...


January Divorces – Act Today For A Better Tomorrow

We’ve reached that time of the year again of “out with the old and in with the new”.  Well intended resolutions have been made in relation to exercise, diet, alcohol...


Judge Rules That Ethical Veganism Is A ‘Philosophical Belief’

An Employment Tribunal Judge has ruled for the first time ever that ethical veganism amounts to a ‘philosophical belief’ and is therefore protected by law. The case was brought by...


Atone For The Drone – Regulations Around Drones & Their Safe Use

Many people are wary and suspicious of drones. Businesses can become concerned about their privacy and security and there are general concerns about trespass, and safety. There are also public...


Why You Should Make It Your New Year’s Resolution To Make A Health & Welfare Lasting Power Of Attorney

According to dementia charity, Alzheimer’s Society, there are currently 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK, with numbers expected to increase to more than one million by 2025. Should...


Rival Ancestry Companies At Loggerheads In Libel Claim Resulting In £40,000 Damages

Turvey v Finders An Ancestry Company, Finders featured on BBC’s Heir Hunters has agreed to pay their rivals, Anglia Research Services, an Ipswich father and son genealogy firm featured on...


Funding Options For Business Growth

Planning, people and profit are important when it comes to running a successful business. However, one of the biggest issues for a growing business is cash. Growth requires cash whether...


On-Going Divorce Tourism Case Could Result In The Current Laws Being Revised

The protracted and high profile divorce case involving Scottish aristocrat, Charles Villiers, and his wife, Emma, has taken another interesting twist. The Supreme Court last month consented and have now...