The legal position established in 2015 by Vidal-Hall et al v Google Inc has recently been revised, clarifying the scope under which data protection... Read more »
One of the most daunting moments for a leasehold owner is receiving a service charge demand, knowing that there is a contractual cost contained within... Read more »
One of the biggest difficulties divorcing couples face is the uncertainty of outcome on their financial claims. The English courts retain a very wide... Read more »
On 25 November 2018 the EU Heads of State approved the draft Withdrawal Agreement setting out the terms of the UK's departure from the European Union.... Read more »
Blockchain, a technology that facilitates efficient sharing of data, is being hailed as the next technological revolution, and it is suggested that... Read more »
Since March 2013, the government has been trying to ensure that there is cross-government agreement on what constitutes domestic violence and abuse.
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When facing a divorce 'What am I entitled to?' is probably one of the most frequently asked questions by clients, but the most difficult to answer.
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A complete shake-up of the Home Office system for submitting visa and citizenship applications is taking effect this month, revealed in a series of... Read more »
In England and Wales marriages can be either legally valid or void or voidable.
For many years validity was the preserve of the church or other... Read more »
In a series of guest blogs for Mountgrange Heritage, Mark Chick, Partner of our Landlord & Tenant team discusses his third topic focusing... Read more »