Court of Appeal guidance on when it is reasonable to oppose time extensions and impose cost sanctions in litigation.
Inheritance tax planning and wealth protection - advice for entrepreneurs
There are many different forms of families in the UK today, and cohabiting couples remain the fastest growing family type.
Businesses concerned with cyber security services and products, now have the opportunity to voice their concerns and influence the European Commission on cyber security.
Getting Married Abroad - Do I need my foreign marriage to be registered in England for it to be valid?
If you are getting married abroad and are considering the legal requirements there is no system to register foreign marriages in England. Instead, recognition of a foreign marriage happens as a result of law.
We wanted to end the year by letting you know about our new monthly newsletter that we will be launching in 2016. In each issue we will be sharing: * Hot off the press topics * Practical tips * Watch this space notifications!
From April 2016, the ‘No Win, No Fee’ reforms which were brought into force by the Jackson Reforms in 2013 for civil litigation will apply to insolvency proceedings.
An increasing number of consumers are using cloud storage to hold data (such as photographs and personal documents) that would traditionally have been held on a personal computer.
Following months of consultation, the Department for Business Innovations & Skills has agreed to quash the bar on the assignment of invoices in commercial contracts.
UK Surrogacy has been regulated since 1985 through the Surrogacy Arrangements Act which reflected societal attitudes towards surrogacy at that time.
Children almost inevitably suffer when their parents separate but research recently published by family lawyers’ group Resolution shows that the way the separation is handled rather than the separation itself is key to how children feel about it.
I am often asked whether or not one person can take a child out of the country, or whether some form of consent to the child travelling, something people often call ‘child travel consent’, is needed.