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Supreme Court rules in Mills v Mills: Enough is enough?

Posted by Lynne on July 19th 2018
(divorce)

The Supreme Court has ruled that a divorced husband should not have to increase payments to his ex-wife after she mismanaged her finances following their separation. The couple divorced in 2002 after a 15-year marriage, the wife received £230,000 in settlement of her capital claims against her husband and it was agreed that he would […]

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Stripes Solicitors has once more been recommended as a Leading Law Firm in the 2017 Legal 500 UK results

Posted by Lynne on June 22nd 2018
(divorce, Uncategorized)

We are delighted to confirm that we have been once more recommended as a Leading Law Firm in the 2017 edition of the Legal 500 and with many of our lawyers again being ranked as “Leading Individuals” in their respective fields.      

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Limb (b) worker is entitled to certain rights.

Posted by Lynne on June 14th 2018
(Commercial Litigation, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, commercial property and real estate services, construction disputes and litigation, construction litigation and disputes, dispute resolution, Employment, Litigation, Professional Negligence)

The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by Pimlico Plumbers in a decision that should have wide implications for workers’ rights. During his time at Pimlico Plumbers, Gary Smith paid tax on a self-employed basis though he worked solely for the company.  He was required to work a minimum number of weekly hours, wear the […]

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More ‘reward’ for outsource giants in wake of Carillion demise

Posted by Lynne on May 7th 2018
(banking finance, Business, business finance, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, commercial property and real estate, commercial property and real estate services, construction disputes and litigation, construction litigation and disputes, Contract Law, Corporate and Commercial, corporate and commercial solicitors, Debt Recovery, dispute resolution, Employment, Insolvency, IP, Sports and Media, Litigation, Media Coverage, Professional Negligence)

The bosses of Mitie and Serco will appear in front of Parliament’s Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee this week as the Government gathers evidence in an attempt to avoid another high profile collapse of a business providing core services to institutions such as schools and hospitals. Rupert Soames, the chief executive of Serco and […]

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Are you ready?

Posted by Lynne on May 6th 2018
(Uncategorized)

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25 and according to a recent survey by the Institute of Directors (IoD) only six in ten company directors are confident that they will be fully compliant with the new law. Under GDPR, individuals must opt-in whenever data is collected on them, currently […]

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New data rules have generated a 23pc year-on-year growth in demand for lawyers

Posted by Lynne on May 6th 2018
(banking litigation, Business, business finance, Commercial Litigation, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, Commercial Property, commercial property and real estate, commercial property and real estate services, construction disputes and litigation, Contract Law, Corporate and Commercial, corporate and commercial solicitors, Debt Recovery, dispute resolution, Employment, environmental law, health & safety, health and safety, Industrial Diseases, Insolvency, IP, Sports and Media, Litigation, Media Coverage, medical negligence, Personal, Personal Injury, Press Releases, Professional Negligence, Tax and Trust, Uncategorized, wills)

The impending implementation date, 25th May 2018, for the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, has seen the number of jobs available for lawyers in the UK increase by nearly a quarter in the first few months of this year. The new GDPR is intended to give people more control over their personal data and companies […]

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Construction giant now delivering substantial profits.

Posted by Lynne on March 20th 2018
(banking finance, banking litigation, Blog, Business, Commercial Litigation, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, Commercial Property, commercial property and real estate, commercial property and real estate services, construction disputes and litigation, Contract Law, Corporate and Commercial, corporate and commercial solicitors, Debt Recovery, dispute resolution, Employment, Insolvency, Litigation, Professional Negligence)

Construction group Balfour Beatty, one of Britain’s largest construction groups, has reported a surge in profits. Previous reports suggested that the group was close to collapse in 2015 largely due to the underbidding on contracts during the recession and accepting tight margins to procure work.  The work then proved problematic and costs to resolve issues […]

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More Insolvencies expected to follow Carillion’s demise

Posted by Lynne on January 31st 2018
(banking finance, banking litigation, Business, business finance, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, commercial property and real estate, commercial property and real estate services, construction disputes and litigation, Corporate and Commercial, corporate and commercial solicitors, Debt Recovery, dispute resolution, Employment, environmental law, Insolvency, Litigation, Press Releases, Professional Negligence)

The effect of the collapse of Carillion, the Goliath construction company which won the Government’s HS2 Project, and which also managed infrastructure schemes, military contracts, hospitals and schools leaves shockwaves in the construction industry which are yet to settle. The enormity of its demise is all too clear; Carillion employed approximately 20,000 and it is […]

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Supreme Court rules in Mills v Mills: Enough is enough?

The Supreme Court has ruled that a divorced husband should not have to increase payments to his ex-wife after she mismanaged her finances following their separation. The couple divorced in 2002 after a 15-year marriage, the wife received £230,000 in settlement of her capital claims against her husband and it was agreed that he would […]

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