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By Trethowans
The aim of the Equality Act is to harmonise all of the existing anti-discrimination legislation that has developed over the past forty years.
By Trethowans
The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") decision in the case of Kelly v University of Southampton, upheld the Tribunal’s finding
By Trethowans
The Justice Minister, Jonathan Djanogly has recently lambasted parents for using the Courts to decide their children’s future, rather than exercising their own responsibility and making those decisions between themselves.
By Trethowans
Family Solicitor Trethowans examine the legal ramifications of not getting married for couples in long term relationships.
By Trethowans
"In the children’s best interests"; a phrase often used in the family courts and enshrined in the Children Act 1989. But how many separated parents find themselves bandying it around when what they really mean is "in my best interests"?
By Trethowans
The Equality Act 2010 (the Act) received Royal Assent on 8 April 2010 and the majority of the provisions will come into force in October 2010.
By Trethowans
Commercial property solicitor Trethowans examines legal aspects of Pop-Up Shops
By Trethowans
Commercial property solicitor Trethowans: The property world is about to be exposed for the first time to the Competition Act 1998.
By Jon Payne
1st October sees the impelemtation of new conditions on all Licensing Act 2003 alcohol licences in England and Wales
By Justis Publishing Ltd
The third and most mould-breaking incarnation of Justis’s provider-neutral JustCite citator and search engine is going live, described as “one of the few technological developments that genuinely succeeds in making a lawyer’s life easier”
By Trethowans
The head of the British Chamber of Commerce has warned the Government that the latest corporate pension laws could seriously damage employment prospects in the UK
By Hitsearch
Most of the provisions of the much discussed Equality Act 2010 will come into force in October this year. This includes Section 60, which prohibits the asking of questions about a job applicant’s health.
By Pannone LLP
Reports of illness at the Sunrise Royal Makadi Resort, Makadi Bay, Egypt a cause for concern says travel law expert Andrew Morton of Pannone LLP. Call on 0800 0384 384.
By Trethowans
Barnado’s, the children’s charity, has published research which indicates that it can take the family courts up to a year to rule on applications about vulnerable children.
By Howells Solicitors
In Panorama on the BBC this week, the importance of using a Solicitor for a Will and not a Will Writer was highlighted. Alison Huggins of Cardiff law firm, Howells Solicitors comments on the story.
By Trethowans
In this helpful article Dawn Gore, a Paralegal from Salisbury and Southampton Solicitors Trethowans explains how prospective legislation on shared parenting may benefit families involved in divorce and separation in the future.
By Trethowans
Southampton and Salisbury based law firm Trethowans has received recommendations for 9 teams and 17 lawyers following the latest review by Chambers and Partners
By Richard Nelson Solicitors
Former CBI Regional Director for the East Midlands, Paul Southby, joins national law firm Richard Nelson Solicitors to head up commercial and civil dispute resolution
By Pannone LLP
Sickness bug reported at popular resort for British holidaymakers. Concern regarding the Red Sea Holiday Village, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Call Pannone LLP if affected on 0800 0384 384
By Pannone
Garret Spring, from the top Manchester law firm Pannone explains how the vuvuzela plastic horns used during football matches could potentially damage your hearing and result in a work injury claim against the football club by match day staff.
By James Batt
Manchester based BCL Legal - one of the leading legal recruitment consultancies in the UK - is growing its temporary contract department following significant rise in demand from both in-house & private practice clients during the first half of 2010.
By Trethowans
There was good news for employers yesterday when the Home Secretary Theresa May announced that she is halting the registration process for the Vetting and Barring Scheme (VBS) immediately.
By David Taylor
Divorce in Cheshire, what you need to know
By Eventy - Marketing & PR
A local graduate has joined the ranks at leading law firm Nalders, having trained as a solicitor for the past four years and beaten the odds.
By Paul Rooney Solicitors
There are many people that believe making a personal injury claim can be very time consuming. Here at Paul Rooney we hope to be able to dismiss any doubts in your mind when making a personal injury claim.
By Trethowans
Alderbury sportsman Joe Coombs has made another significant step forward in his ambition to represent Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics by securing selection for the Under 23 GB Squad.
By Andrew Jones
Was your holiday spoilt by illness, injury or accident? Find out what you need to know.
By Pannone LLP
Holiday illness affects UK holidaymakers in the Movenpick Resort, Taba, Egypt. Travel Law Specialist, Andrew Morton of Pannone LLP says that guests affected may have a claim for compensation.
By Bev Weston
Leading Black Country law firm George Green LLP has appointed a new assistant solicitor who has completed his training contract with the firm.
By Pannone LLP
Illness reported at popular tourist destination for UK holidaymakers. Concern regarding the Dreams Palm Beach , Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Call Pannone LLP if affected on 0800 0384 384
By Pannone LLP
Illness reported at popular tourist destination for UK travellers. Concern regarding the Voyager Beach Resort, Nyali Beach, Kenya. Call Pannone LLP if affected on 0800 0384 384
By New Media Brands Ltd.
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By Nick Harris, Head of International Travel Law
Simpson Millar Solicitors are listening to many reports from holidaymakers concerning an illness outbreak at the Savita Resort and Spa Hotel in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh - Egypt.
By Pannone LLP
Reports of sickness at the Hotel Los Gigantes, Tenerife are causing concern says travel specialist Andrew Morton at Manchester Solicitors Pannone LLP. Call on 0800 0384 384
By Sam Berrios
In today economy the cost for doing routine items is on the top of everyone's list. The 2010 Annual Proxy season is quickly approaching & many Executives are preparing for the Annual Meeting, while Proxy Solicitors are looking for a competitive edge.
By Duncan Finlyson, Lawyers Defence Group
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By Press
New rules came into effect as from 1st October 2009 which make it easier for developers to extend the life of planning permissions. T
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By Nick Harris, Head of International Travel Law
Simpson Millar Solicitors LLP have received reports from holiday makers hit by an outbreak of illness at the Kuredu Island Resort Hotel in the Maldives. - Get £250 bonus for your Maldives Holiday Compensation Claim
By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors has welcomed its latest newly-qualified solicitor. Nadine Sweeney, who has been with the firm for the last two years as a trainee, has now qualified as a solicitor.
By Sam Berrios
PASSPORT (Proxy Administration Self Service Portal) is the one and only tool on the market allowing either the solicitor or the client to manage their entire proxy process directly. More importantly it also allows the client to manage their vendors.
By Duncan Finlyson
Healthcare professionals facing investigation, or regulatory or employment sanctions, are to receive assistance from MedicAssistanceScheme - a web and telephone advice service provided by multi-office law firm Richard Nelson Solicitors
By John Smit
Easylawyers has launched an online Deed Poll service absolutely free of charge! The registered members can just log in and avail this Deed Poll service absolutely free of charge.
By Richard Farnworth
Food poisoning on holiday abroad contact Farnworth Rose Solicitors for specialist advice
By sheen
The advice of an experienced personal injury solicitor makes your compensation claim stress-free as MasterCard would quote 'priceless'.
By SWW Trust Corporation
Anyone who has been in this situation can understand the tremendous feeling of grief when you lose someone you are close to. But what if you also find yourself responsible for dealing with your loved ones property and affairs after they have gone?
By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
A Partner at Darlington law firm, Latimer Hinks, has been appointed to a prestigious historic role. Marketing Partner Anne Elliott has been sworn in as the new Under-Sheriff of County Durham.
By Wolstenholmes Solicitors
Wills and Probate Law and What it Means to You
By Helen Hill
From 1st February 2009 the statutory legacy for spouses is increasing. Contact us for professional advice if you have recently lost a loved one who has died without a valid Will.

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