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By Carol Cummins
In English law domicile is a vitally important concept which can have important ramifications affecting the succession of assets, tax liabilities and whether an individual is entitled to pursue certain proceedings in the English courts.
By Tim Hayden, Jodie Coles, Daniel Gill
DEFRA has announced that the maximum sentencing powers available to Courts when sentencing those convicted of animal welfare offences are going to increase significantly.
By Kate Gardner, Laura Mackain-Bremner
The strawberry plays a crucial role in the quintessential British summer. In 2017, 23 tonnes of strawberries, amounting to over 2 million individual berries, were served up during Wimbledon fortnight.
By Jane Halton, David Maddock, Carol Cummins
Have you ever considered what would happen if you die without a Will? Research suggests that most people would rather go on holiday than make a Will, but making a Will is arguably one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family.
By Erica Burt-Moore
Statistics from the Office of National Statistics show that in 2017 there were 190,000 same sex families in the UK of which over half were co-habiting couples rather than spouses or civil partners.
By Anne Minihane
A property and finance lasting power of attorney (LPA) confers extensive powers on the attorney to deal with the financial affairs of the person granting the LPA (the donor).
By James Edmondson
It is hard to believe that almost 3 years have passed since we began to look at the influx of gross negligence manslaughter cases being brought against doctors, in our blog "A dark approach to clinical responsibility".
By Chris Thorne
We know it has, we have heard it down the pub, on the bus, in the shops. "‘ealth and safety has gone mad mate".
By Gareth Schofield
The long awaited decision in Radmacher v Granatino 2010 UKSC 42 handed down by The Supreme Court on 20 October 2010 is very important reading for anyone about to get married (and their advisors), those who already hold a pre-nuptial agreement, and those currently considering inheritance tax planning.
By Maz Rahmati
The Insolvency (Amendment) Rules which came into force on the 6 April 2010 introduce a more rigorous and transparent regime dealing with a trustee’s remuneration and expenses.
By Ravi Mohindra
Retailers and brands in the retail sector have recently been hit with a string of losses under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Procedure ("UDRP").
By Ravi Mohindra
3 shopping centre operators have scored a victory in the High Court in respect of their shopping centre brands, which will be of benefit to any shopping centre operator looking to promote and protect their brands in the UK.
By Ravi Mohindra
Google has recently announced that it has changed its rules for its paid-search programme (AdWords) in the UK and Ireland, and now allows advertisers to bid for keywords matching or relating to trade-marked terms, which may include their competitors' brands.