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Faulty Product? Replace It ASAP To Preserve Your Claim
In this case, the question was posed as to whether a manufacturer/supplier of a defective product can escape liability if the party who has suffered damage as a result of the defect...
UK
14 Dec 2016
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The Benefits Of Networking
It was, therefore, with high hopes that a few weeks ago I attended a newly-launched GDST alumnae law networking group.
UK
26 Feb 2015
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The Temptation Of Gold Plating: UK Implementation Of The Consumer Rights Directive
In many ways, the Consumer Rights Directive represented a missed opportunity as it got bogged down in political wrangling.
UK
29 Oct 2012
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Decline In State-Funded Care For The Elderly - Planning Ahead
Recent medical advancements have resulted in a growing elderly population.
UK
1 Jun 2012
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Separated Fathers Still Not Treated Equally By Legislation
The Queen’s Speech on 9th May did not offer separated fathers legislation to guarantee equal time with their children.
UK
17 May 2012
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Regulation Of Will-Writers: Some Welcome Proposals
The Legal Services Board has published proposals for the regulation of will-writing, estate administration and all related activities. The regulation of will-writers is a welcome step towards ensuring that appropriate standards are met and protecting the public from "cowboy" will-writers.
UK
1 May 2012
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Shareholders’ Agreement Varied By High Court Judge In Divorce Case
With legal costs of £2.4 million at the time of trial, Mr and Mrs F each wanted to vary the terms of a shareholders’ agreement which effectively made it impossible for their company to continue in its restricted form, following divorce.
UK
 
26 Apr 2012
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Widow's Successful Will Challenge
Unlike some of our European neighbours, in England and Wales we are free to leave our estates to whoever we wish after our death, with no obligation to provide for our family and dependants.
UK
20 Apr 2012
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Hidden Wealth To Avoid Care Home Costs
A highly charged debate was held on BBC Radio Five Live on 26 February about the problem of care home fees.
UK
7 Mar 2012
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Death-Bed Will Not Valid - The Proper Execution Of A Will Is A Necessity
A Court of Appeal judgment in a family dispute over a death-bed Will which has run for 8 years was handed down on Monday, together with a call from Lord Justice Lewison for Parliament to end the uncertainty over "guided-hand" signatures.
UK
8 Feb 2012
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Divorced Parents' Legal Rights
The Government is likely to announce at the end of January 2012, plans to give divorced parents a legal right to see their children.
UK
16 Jan 2012
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Why Make A Lasting Power Of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document by which you grant someone (your Attorney) the power to make decisions on your behalf at a time when you may no longer be able to do so yourself, whether through illness, injury or any other condition which might affect your capacity.
UK
13 Jan 2012
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Why Make A Will?
A will is a legal document in which a person declares their intention as to what should happen to their assets after their death.
UK
13 Jan 2012
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Drugs In Sport – Are Criminal Sanctions Necessary?
Recent comments made by the Olympic athlete, Carl Lewis, have reignited the issue of whether the use of banned substances in sport should be made a criminal offence in the UK.
UK
20 Aug 2008
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New Consumer Protection From Unfair Trading
May 2008 saw the implementation in the UK of the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive (the Directive) by the introduction of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2007 (the Regulations), which will result in changes to the existing UK consumer protection laws.
UK
5 Aug 2008
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