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Non-disclosure agreements: further guidance issued by the Law Society

A new initiative to help the public understand their rights when faced with non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) was launched on 15th August, by the Law Society of England and Wales. Guidance...

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A&E department failures now the biggest source of Medical Negligence claims

According to a 41-page NHS strategy document, delays, misdiagnosis and poor treatment in Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments are now the main source of NHS negligence claims, overtaking orthopaedic surgery...

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Supreme Court rules that restrictive covenant can be made enforceable by removing unreasonable parts

Any clause in an employment contract that seeks to restrict what an employee can do after their contract comes to an end is invalid from the outset for being a...

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Gearing up for Bike Week 2019

As a firm of keen cyclists, many of our solicitors are advocates for the mental, physical and environmental benefits that cycling can provide. Our employees can opt in to our...

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Less than one month to go: deadline for historic single parent Parental Orders

In January 2019, after much anticipation, the UK surrogacy rules were amended to allow single applicants to apply for Parental Orders for children born via a surrogate. The Human Fertilisation...

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Shared parental leave: what are your employer rights?

In a recent case, the Court of Appeal ruled that two male claimants did not suffer discrimination when their employers failed to pay enhanced shared parental pay which would have...

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What is family mediation?

Family mediation helps separating couples resolve disagreements in a calm environment outside of court. As well as being less costly, family mediation can also save your family the time and...

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How to resolve a workplace dispute using Acas’ Early Conciliation process

What is an Early Conciliation process? Early Conciliation is a process which intends to help resolve workplace disputes without the need to go to an employment tribunal. If you’ve experienced...

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Case Studies

Case study: LPAs voided due to incorrect signature

The Court of Protection recently ruled that two Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) made by an elderly lady had to be cancelled because an attorney had witnessed the donor’s signature....

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Report identifies failings in maternity care standards at Cwm Taf hospitals

This morning, 30th April 2019, The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) published a report into the standard of care provided by the maternity services of Cwm Taf University...

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Who gets responsibility of my child if I die?

The thought of preparing for your own death, be it writing a Will or putting money aside for funeral arrangements, is difficult enough as it is, let alone thinking about...

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What’s the difference between a Lasting Power of Attorney and Deputyship?

In light of Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2019, our Court of Protection solicitors look at how deputyship can help alleviate some of the stress and anxiety around making decisions on behalf...

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