Monthly Archives: June 2011

Legal Aid Cuts

The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill was published by the Ministry of Justice last week.  There are serious concerns that cuts to Legal Aid will leave many vulnerable people without the benefit of legal advice and representation. Legal … Continue reading

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TUPE and Pre-packs

Most people have heard of “TUPE”.  And many are familiar with “pre-packs” – where a company in financial trouble negotiates a sale of its business, goes into administration, and then completes the deal.  Are the days of pre-packs numbered in … Continue reading

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Switzerland and Suicide Tourism

Following a vote, Switzerland has decided to continue to allow non residents to travel to Switzerland to die with the help of the organisation Dignitas.  Here in England, assisted suicide is still a criminal offence.  However, the law relating to … Continue reading

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Gym Membership: Case Update

In our current spring newsletter we feature an article discussing the difficulties consumers face when attempting to cancel a gym membership part way through their gym contract.  The reasons for cancellation of a gym membership can be varied.  However the … Continue reading

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