In the recent case of Blue Monkey Gaming v Hudson & Others  EWHC (Ch), the High Court have helpfully provided guidance on the role of administrators in relation to retention of title claims.
New rules will soon come into force which will allow parents to share up to 50 weeks of parental leave (concurrently, consecutively, and/or returning to work for periods in between).
A recent survey revealed that 54% of divorcees had second thoughts about whether, in fact, they had made the right decision.
I was surprised to read from the Office for National statistics the other week that a total of only 1,409 same sex marriages took place in England & Wales between March 29 and June 30 2014 and just over half of those were female couples. Although som…
The Dementia Friends initiative is being run by the Alzheimer’s Society to help improve peoples’ understanding of dementia and how people can live well with dementia. We have been taking some steps here at Clarion HQ to become more dementia friendly ....
Employers should be aware of a number of recent judgments relating to holiday pay which may leave them open to collective claims from their workforce.
According to figures released by the High Court, claims relating to the mishandling of estates have more than tripled over the past year with 368 claims for breach of fiduciary duty being lodged in 2013 (up from only 107 in 2012).
In Hockin & Ors v Marsden & Ors  EWHC 763 (Ch) the High Court held that it would unfairly prejudice a company’s creditors if the company’s mis-selling claim against a bank were not assigned by its administrators to a creditor to pursue.
New EU regulation ... yawn .....but unfortunately all lawyers who draft wills must be aware of EU Succession Regulation No. 650/2012 which comes into force fully in August 2015.
I recently read some research carried out by GettingPersonal.co.uk. They surveyed 1,000 newly married women about the top causes of stresses for brides-to-be. The full 20 are listed below.
It was with great pride that Clarion took part in this years Leeds Pride festival last weekend.
We spend the majority of our life working, working and working and then, when we hit a certain age – we retire. Is retirement all it’s cracked up to be?