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Warning signs: a delicate balance

There is a balance to be struck between mitigating the risk of injury and avoiding oversized warning signs in public spaces, as Joshua Hughes explains

29 Mar 2021 | Personal injury

Consultation: Judges to be deterred from political decisions

The MoJ is consulting on proposals to strike a balance between citizens’ rights and effective governance

Separating parents: paid to mediate

A £500 grant will be available to 2,000 separating couples under a government voucher scheme to encourage them towards mediation. The scheme will not

28 Mar 2021 | Children

Northern Ireland PI discount rate

NI's Department for Justice is expected to change the personal injury discount rate for the region to -1.75 per cent from 31 May

26 Mar 2021 | Personal injury

Questions over access to civil justice

The number of civil legal help cases has dropped by two thirds since LASPO's introduction, according to the MoJ

26 Mar 2021 | Children

New asylum system must 'treat people fairly'

The proposed two-tier system will mean fewer asylum seekers may qualify, the Law Society warned

26 Mar 2021 | Legal services

Barrister admits 'technical breach of copyright' after law firm settles copyright claim

Hayes Connor paid £45,000 in damages to JMW after using a template letter that breached its copyright

26 Mar 2021 | Intellectual property

Leaseholder insurance: Managing the risk of uninsured loss

Michael Wilson considers scenarios where a leaseholder may find itself with an uninsured loss and what steps can be taken

25 Mar 2021 | Landlord & Tenant

On trust: Doing the right thing

Beverley Sunderland’s small but ‘perfectly-formed’ and thriving employment boutique has embraced an appealing new ownership structure

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