Monthly Archives: July 2016

Animal Photos, Human Rights

We’re used to the idea of people and organisations seeking injunctions to prevent the publication of damaging stories – celebrity injunction cases are the stock in trade of the courts these days, with claimants who are simultaneously famous and unnamed … Continue reading

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What does Brexit mean for data protection in the UK?

UK businesses have for some time now been thinking carefully about what they will have to do to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).  Brexit has not made their deliberations any easier. Data protection law in the … Continue reading

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No Special Allowance Made For Litigant In Person

Pursuing court proceedings can be a fraught and complicated affair, particularly if you are a litigant in person.  Civil cases are governed by the Civil Procedure Rules (“the CPR”). Failure to follow the CPR can ultimately result in a claim … Continue reading

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National Minimum Wage – Pitch Your Allowances Carefully!

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) was first introduced in 1999 at a rate of £3.60 per hour for those over 21. It is currently £6.70 per hour and will be reviewed in October 2016. The Government introduced the National Living … Continue reading

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Brexit – The Implications for Dispute Resolution

On 23 June 2016, the people of the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU).  The withdrawal of the UK from the EU is a process which is likely to take a number of years.  Until details of the … Continue reading

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Brexit – What is the impact on Family Law?

Whilst the country is still in shock from the EU referendum result, we take a look at how Brexit might impact on family law in England and Wales. Family law Family law is not unique in the sense that a … Continue reading

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