Monthly Archives: September 2011

Record Number of Children Benefiting from CSA

Despite receiving severe and repeated criticism in the past it has recently been reported that the CSA have collected or arranged a total of £1,159.6 million from June 2010 to June 2011. The Courts have imposed  suspended prison sentences on … Continue reading

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GLADIATOR REVOLT or . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TENNIS REVOLUTION?

Few professional sports are as successful across both the men’s and women’s game as tennis.  Regular combined events in some of the world’s most famous sporting arenas provide a unique package for spectators, sponsors and broadcasters. The complex issues that … Continue reading

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September Commercial Property Q and A

Question:  Can a landlord recover arrears of a service charge not previously invoiced and if so what is the limitation period for the recovery of a service charge under a commercial lease? Answer: Yes.  Under the Limitation Act 1980  the … Continue reading

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You Are What You Tweet

Social Media is revolutionising the legal landscape.  Here we look at various recent cases which show the impact Facebook, Twitter and the like are having on the English legal system. Over recent years social media has exploded on to the … Continue reading

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Players, Salaries and . . . . . . Bosman 16 years on!!

Following the massive and, some may say, obscene “splash of cash” during the Transfer Window by Premier League clubs led by the two Manchester clubs and Liverpool, money is a popular subject in the world of football. Whilst we see … Continue reading

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