Post date: 3rd Oct 2017
By Heather Platt

It is no secret that there are immense pressures upon teaching staff in UK schools at present. Teacher shortages, increased workloads, and constant assessments have lead to stressful working environments across the country.

Post date: 20th Sep 2017
By Rachel Spearing

Rachel Spearing presents a guide for solicitors to navigate advising clients on the current approach to joint enterprise and accomplices.

Post date: 26th Jul 2017
By Heather Platt

Tribunal Fees: What we suspected all along! No impact on tribunal costs, no impact on reducing unmeritorious claims, indirectly discriminatory to women and did not result in more ACAS settlements.

Post date: 18th Apr 2017
By Julian Reed
This case illustrates the need for care when approaching probate claims.
Post date: 27th Mar 2017
By Victoria Ellis
On 18 January 2017, the President of the Family Division issued ‘The Practice Guidance on the Duration of Ex-Parte (Without Notice) Orders”. A few months on, this article is intended to give some practical guidance as to how to approach Non-Molestation Orders in practice. 
Post date: 13th Mar 2017
By John Ker-Reid
Hayden j has just handed down Iago’s offer
“But yet, I say,
If imputation and strong circumstances
Which lead directly to the door of truth
Will give you satisfaction, you may have ’t.” 
Post date: 27th Feb 2017
By Margaret Pine-Coffin
1. On 23rd February 2017 consultation on a new PD3AA was issued. The new PD3AA is entitled: “Vulnerable Persons: Participation in Proceedings and Giving Evidence”.

Post date: 1st Feb 2017
By Jennifer Lee

There have been many significant developments in this area of the law in recent years, with a number of reported decisions dealing with marital agreements having been reported over the last year.

Post date: 29th Jul 2016
By Heather Platt

Heather Platt's article for LexisNexis considers the enforceability of restrictive covenants in the agricultural industry.

Post date: 6th Jun 2016
By Maria Henty

One of the interesting aspects of having a mixed common law practice is the opportunity to observe the differing ways in which the criminal, family, and civil courts deal with the more practical aspect of court life. 


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