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Winding-Up After Enforcement Of Adjudicator's Decision
You have won an adjudication. You have been to court and enforced the decision and have a court order.
UK
7 Mar 2019
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Emiliano Sala Dispute – Do Cardiff Have To Pay Transfer Fee?
The tragic death of Argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala as he flew to meet up with his new club Cardiff City from Nantes on January 21 has shaken the world of football.
UK
15 Feb 2019
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Financial Advice: Is A Network Liable For Advice Of A Dishonest Adviser?
Independent financial advisers often operate as small businesses. They are regulated under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and must be authorised to advise on investments.
UK
29 Nov 2018
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When To Issue And Serve A Claim Form And What To Do If Your Solicitor Misses The Deadline
Claims for breach of contract must be made within 6 years of the breach. A claim form must be served within four months of issue.
UK
25 Sep 2018
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Agricultural Disputes Update September 2018
As most people know, Japanese Knotweed (JKW) is a particularly pernicious weed that can cause considerable damage to buildings and land and is notoriously difficult and expensive to eradicate ...
UK
14 Sep 2018
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Timely Pursuit Of Pension Negligence Claims
Financial planning of one's affairs usually takes place over a number of years, revisiting investments, considering tax relief, and possibly transferring from one pension scheme to another.
UK
31 May 2018
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Commercial Disputes: Shorter Trials Scheme
Should the courts work faster? Reaching trial sooner may be more of an advantage to the Claimant, if the Defendant is happier dragging a claim out to put off the evil day ...
UK
17 May 2018
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Off Your Balance Sheet And Onto Theirs
It is not just small businesses that wish to avoid the costs of litigation. Even large, multi-national companies, are recognising the benefit of taking the costs ...
UK
6 Apr 2018
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Settlements - Babies And Bath Water
When settling a dispute it is usual for the defendant to seek the widest possible waiver of all claims that might be brought against them in the future.
UK
16 Mar 2018
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Natural Justice And Awareness Of Adjudication Proceedings
It is now well recognised that in the absence of material breaches of natural justice and/or lack of jurisdiction, the Courts will enforce an Adjudicator's decision whether it is right or wrong.
UK
7 Feb 2018
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Legal Privilege - Keeping Things Private
When your business is under investigation or in dispute, there are likely to be some documents you would prefer to keep private.
UK
30 Jan 2018
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Claim For Reasonable Financial Provision Rejected
Judgement has now been handed down in the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 (‘the Act') case of Sargeant v Sargeant & Anor [2018] EWHC 8 (Ch).
UK
24 Jan 2018
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The State Of Things To Come
Changes may be afoot in the Civil Courts as a number of new initiatives are being progressed which are intended to shake up the way that the Courts do things.
UK
8 Jan 2018
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Guide To Injunctions
An injunction is a Court Order prohibiting a person from doing something or requiring a person to do something.
UK
1 Dec 2017
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Pre-Action Protocol For Debt Claims
The Ministry of Justice has published the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims (the "Protocol"), which came into force on 1 October 2017.
UK
27 Nov 2017
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