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05 Mar 2019

Engaging agency workers offers ease and flexibility, but employers who believe that they thereby divorce themselves from all legal responsibility are sadly mistaken. In a guideline case on point,...

04 Mar 2019

The trouble with companies having only one active director is that, if he or she falls ill or is otherwise incapacitated, management can suffer severely. In a case on point, the High Court had to...

04 Mar 2019

Ex-employees who have left in acrimonious circumstances can bear grudges, and social media gives them the opportunity to make a pest of themselves. As a High Court case showed, however, specialist...

04 Mar 2019

It is a sad fact that not everyone lives to a ripe old age and that is why even young people in good health should not delay in making a professionally drafted will. In a case on point, a father...

01 Mar 2019

Proving negligence and that someone has suffered injury, loss or damage can be tricky, but the real challenge often lies in establishing the causal link between the two. The Court of Appeal...

01 Mar 2019

When deciding whether an enforceable contract has come into existence, the first question to be answered is whether the parties intended to be bound. The Supreme Court made that point in upholding...

27 Feb 2019

One good reason why it makes sense to use the services of properly regulated professionals is that, in the event of insolvency, the law kicks in to ensure that clients’ funds are returned to...

25 Feb 2019

Those who claim the benefit of contracts must first prove their existence. In a novel case, a gangland informant failed to convince the High Court that the police had reneged on a binding...

25 Feb 2019

The Government...

22 Feb 2019

Hope springs eternal and directors of ailing companies understandably often cling to forlorn prospects of better times ahead. However, in placing a company that ran a Formula One racing team into...

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