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Most lawyers have high professional standards but sometimes they make mistakes. The fees paid to solicitors for handling personal injury claims have been slashed and, as a result, many firms are now employing unqualified fee earners to deal with these claims. These fee earners are under...

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In my June blog I reported the Case of Petrodel Chemicals and Prest in the Court of Appeal .   UPDATE: The Supreme Court felt the Company held the property on trust for the husband! So it appears to have formed a post nuptial bare trust and the company as a trustee can be directed by the...

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GPs are between a rock and a hard place on how they treat patients' data. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has said that GP practices must inform patients how their personal data may be used by NHS bodies and other private organisations, giving patients the right to opt out of...

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A recent statistic confirms as many as one in five have admitted in a recent poll of 2,000 adults to feeling trapped and that they would end their marriage if they could do so without jeopardising their financial security. As many as 15% would want to turn the clock back and marry someone...

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Time to call time on Out Of Hours 15 August 2013 By Administrator NHS England has set itself a 10 year plan to reform or perhaps transform the NHS. As part of that, it has launched a wide-ranging consultation on the reform of general practice. Again GPs are likely to feel hemmed in as...

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