Monthly Archives: August 2011

Playing by the rules . . . but which ones?

From the beginning of June this year, new rules came into force that radically alters how football now operates.  A tough-talking initiative, Financial Fair Play (FFP), is designed to crack down on debt-laden clubs or controversial practices. The effects of … Continue reading

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Lasting Powers of Attorney

As a solicitor in our private client department I am becoming involved in an increasing number of Court of Protection cases.  These cases generally arise when individuals who have failed to make a Lasting Power of Attorney lose mental capacity … Continue reading

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Reading the Riot Act

In light of the recent spate of riots that have swept across London and other major cities, many home and business owners will be looking to be compensated for the damage that has been caused to their properties and businesses.   … Continue reading

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Game Over?

The recent rise in the popularity of video games has had a somewhat surprising impact upon marriages. ‘Divorce Online’ recently conducted a survey of 200 cases in which women had cited unreasonable behaviour as the reason for the breakdown of … Continue reading

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