Rundlewalker: Defending Copyright and Trade Marks Act prosecutions
'Beware the temptation of copying others on the Internet. Just because somebody else is making money out of selling items on the cheap does not mean that it is legal'.
House Prices rise - act now if you want to sell!
The Halifax states that the average house price in the UK between January 2012 and January 2013 has risen by 1.3%.
We have had 'Pre-Nups', now comes the 'No-Nup' agreement
It seems there may be a new trend in drafting agreements for unmarried couples who want to regulate their financial positions if their relationship breaks down.
Defeat for the Government on 'Unpaid Back To Work schemes'
The Court of Appeal has today handed down Judgment on two claims in relation to unpaid back-to-work schemes.
7 year itch...More likely the 5 year itch
A recent report by the Office for National Statistics has found that the 7 year itch in marriage would appear to be a myth.
Proposed Government changes to Employment Tribunal damages
The Government has recently published its response to the consultation on ?ending the employment relationship? which includes a significant change in relation to what damages an Employment Tribunal can make.
Man successful in obtaining compensation following ex-wife?s deceit
A man has recently obtained a surprising judgement for damages in relation to deceit by his ex wife.
Did you know 'Non-Disclosure' of assets during divorce can result in prison sentence?
In a stark warning to divorcing couples, a man has recently been sentenced to 2 years in prison following his failure to disclose assets during his divorce.
Mortgage borrowing on the up?
With interest rates still at record lows, now may be a good time to secure an advantageous mortgage deal.
Relationship breakdown over Christmas
The forthcoming festive season should be full of fun and excitement for all. However, the Christmas holiday is a period in which many couples find times difficult and many come to the sad conclusion that their relationship or marriage has come to an end.
Comet stores have this week, rather sadly, closed their doors for the last time. It is estimated that as a result of their collapse, ?23.2 million will be paid from the Governments? Redundancy Payments Service to former employees.
Kill your speed!
The Highway Code sets an absolute maximum speed limit for certain roads. Drivers believe that they can avoid liability and argue that they were driving responsibly if they are travelling at the designated speed limit.