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23rd May 2012

Dangerous Dogs Sentencing Guideline

On the 15 May 2012 the Sentencing Council published new guidelines showing a tougher approach to the way those convicted of dangerous dog offences are to be treated by the Court.

23rd May 2012

What effect would increasing the small claims limit for personal injury claims from ?1,000 to ?5,000 have on you?

Last year the Government announced that they would be considering raising the small claims limit for personal injury cases from ?1,000 to ?5,000.

22nd May 2012

Thousands of people visit showhomes at Cranbrook

What is said to be the first new settlement in Devon since medieaval times has opened its doors for business in the last two weeks.

26th April 2012

What affect has the Budget had on the housing market?

23rd April 2012

The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill

Article written by Susan Jury, Solicitor. As a family Solicitor specialising in family law, particularly in areas involving children, it has been with increasing alarm and dismay that I have watched the progress of the above Bill through Parliament.

16th April 2012

Equality in Civil Partnerships?

The recent Court of Appeal decision in the case of Lawrence v Gallagher (2012) EWCA Civ 394 is being viewed by many lawyers as the first ?big money? settlement case following the dissolution of a Civil Partnership. Olly Seymour takes a look.

12th April 2012

Protective Awards For Ex Employees

Rundlewalker has recently been asked by upwards of 120 disgruntled ex employees about the prospect of recovering a Protective Award.

3rd April 2012

Does throwing out the non-organic ham equate to unreasonable behaviour?

Currently, a divorce is only granted to the parties on the basis that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. There are currently 5 ways to prove that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. An unreasonable behaviour petition is the most common.

30th March 2012

Adam Scott ? Press Release 2

We understand from communications received today from the BBC, that LGC Forensics have released a statement to the BBC concerning the Forensic Regulator?s enquiry into this matter.

23rd March 2012

Mortgage Lenders helping first time buyers.

At a time when first time buyers are finding it difficult to raise sufficient money to pay the deposit on a house, some lenders are introducing mortgages for new build houses and flats where the buyers need only a 5% deposit.

23rd March 2012

Rundlewalker Lawyer in the News - Law Society Gazette

Philippa Jefferies, Criminal Litigation Solicitor Advocate at Rundlewalker, has recently made headlines when acting successfully for a client wrongly accused of rape.

21st March 2012

Referral fees ? who are the main beneficiaries?

There has been a lot in the news recently about the Government's intention to abolish the payment of referral fees.

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