Blog

Solicitors London

Copyright dispute erupts over Doctor Who character

16 January 2018

A fictional character featured in the 2017 Christmas episode of Doctor Who is at the centre of a copyright dispute …

The funeral baked meats… Did coldly furnish forth the marriage tables…

16 January 2018

Hamlet had enough on his plate without worrying about whether his mother made a new Will after marrying his uncle …

Consider mediation, says family law group, as couples reach breaking point over festive period

5 January 2018

The months following the festive period are when couples are most at risk of divorce and family disputes, a family …

Millennials warned to be wary of Inheritance Tax

2 January 2018

The descendants of so-called ‘baby-boomers’ are being warned to be wary of Inheritance Tax (IHT) after a new report found …

Employers fined heavily for failing to pay the National Minimum Wage

20 December 2017

Retailers Primark and Sports Direct are among the 260 employers to be publically named and shamed for failing to pay …

Officials criticised after deciding to refuse Indian woman a visa

19 December 2017

The Home Office has been widely criticised for its handling of a case in which a woman was refused entry …

John Lewis facing potential copyright dispute over Christmas advert

19 December 2017

Retail giant John Lewis is facing potential legal action over its latest Christmas television advert, after a popular children’s author …

Pressures on general practice prompt list closures

11 December 2017

More than one in three surgeries have closed their lists to new patients or have warned they may do so, …

Backdated holiday pay judgment may have implications for thousands of workers

6 December 2017

A top European court has backed a holiday pay ruling which may affect tens of thousands of people working in …

Immigration Minister’s question session causes concern

30 November 2017

Concerns have been raised that some EU citizens currently living in the UK could face deportation before being able to …