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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
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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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Chief Executive of the Law Society, England and Wales, speaks on Brexit

Posted by Lynne on June 29th 2016
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Catherine Dixon, chief executive of the Law Society of England and Wales, said yesterday, changes to key laws in the wake of Brexit could take years to accomplish and pledged the Law Society would work with the solicitor profession, their clients, the public and with government to support a calm transition in the wake of […]

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Court fees could double

Posted by Lynne on July 23rd 2015
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Under a consultation announced yesterday by justice minister Shailesh Vara, the maximum fee for money claims would rise from £10,000 to £20,000. Currently fees are payable on 5% of the value of a claim up to a maximum of £10,000. Such measures would generate an estimated £48m a year in additional income. Justice minister Shailesh […]

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Commercial Director Responsibilities & Liabilities

Posted by Lynne on August 11th 2014
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Directors may incur personal liability, both civil and criminal for their acts or omissions in directing the company. There are a plethora of matters for which directors can be held liable; however for the purposes of this article, the more relevant are the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 and the corporate Manslaughter […]

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Incompetent Removal of asbestos results in large fine.

Posted by Lynne on May 29th 2014
(asbestos, asbestosis claims, Blog, environmental law, health & safety, Industrial Diseases, mesothelioma)

A specialist asbestos removal company based in Paisley, Scotland, has been recently found guilty of eight breaches of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006 and as a consequence fined a total of £109,000 and ordered to pay a further £42,100 in costs. The specialist asbestos removal company were instructed by the project demolition contractors to […]

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Asbestos exposure is still taking place….

Posted by Lynne on May 29th 2014
(asbestos, asbestosis claims, Blog, environmental law, health & safety, mesothelioma)

A Building Contractor based in Ipswich, Suffolk has been fined a total of £10,000 and ordered to pay £6,000 in costs after pleading guilty to breaching the ‘Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012’. The Building Contractors were employed by the Ipswich homeowners mid 2012 to build a single-story front garage extension and a kitchen conversion. The […]

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

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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