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23rd January 2014

Confiscation Orders? Do they ever go away?

Under the Blair Government the state became entitled not only to prosecute criminals but also to assess the amount of money they made from an illicit lifestyle.

10th January 2014

Employers? Additional Paternity Leave (APL)

APL applies to babies that were born on or after April 3rd 2011, and allows fathers of new born babies to take up to an extra six months of leave, if the mother has returned to work.

23rd December 2013

Get Away The Smart Way

Stand by for the annual TV bombardment. Over Christmas and New Year, just as you thought it was time to put your feet up with a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine, up comes the subject of holidays.

25th November 2013

Post Christmas rush - to divorce

Christmas is supposed to be the season of goodwill where we all hunker down with our nearest and dearest to enjoy some festive sparkle.

21st October 2013

Chancel Repair Liability - Is it now abolished?

Can ancient rights to pay contributions to church repairs be enforced against homeowners?

28th July 2013

Had a slip or trip? Read our recent success story

The Personal Injury team at Rundlewalker has succeeded in winning compensation for an individual who slipped on a wet floor.

26th July 2013

Concealing assets in a company to avoid paying your estranged spouse?

Concealing assets in a company to avoid paying your estranged spouse? The Judgment in Prest v Petrodel will make you think again.

26th July 2013

Right to Light regime under review

Rights to light have a significant and perhaps disproportionate impact on the property industry and property development.

20th July 2013

Legal News in Exeter, Rundlewalker secures top accolade from national Law Society

Rundlewalker in Exeter, Devon has secured the national Law Society's law management quality mark, Lexcel.

27th June 2013

Disgruntled former employee jailed for destruction of workplace

Wayne Crook, aged 40, was dismissed from Bristol Flying Centre after he moved an aircraft in a hangar which he was not qualified to do.

18th June 2013

Covert Surveillance found not to breach Human Rights

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently found that an employer does not breach an employee's Article 8 rights by using evidence obtained from covert surveillance to dismiss him.

18th June 2013

Government-backed Help to Buy scheme

Help to Buy is a new Government-backed initiative set up to assist first time buyers and those looking to step on or move up the property ladder.

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