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Electric Scooters UK law – do’s and don’ts

Cameron Vincent

13.08.2020

With the emergence of technological advances, we are now starting to see the start of the “transport revolution” promised by the current government, following the announcement of the e-scooter trial that began earlier this month. Many people in the UK have used e-scooters throughout the UK despite them not being allowed on public roads and […]

Major trauma

News

Chief Executive of the Encephalitis Society speaks to Moore Barlow’s Anne Cassidy

Moore Barlow

13.08.2020

The law and its role in a pandemic world Recently, Dr Ava Easton, Chief Executive of the Encephalitis Society, spoke with Anne Cassidy, Partner at Moore Barlow, as part of the Encephalitis Podcast. They discussed Anne’s career as a medical doctor and lawyer as well as the law and its role for encephalitis patients and […]

Clinical negligence

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Humanist marriages

Sahil Aggarwal

12.08.2020

What is a humanist marriage? A humanist marriage is a non-religious ceremony where you are effectively in control of the format and structure of the day. This type of ceremony is not legally recognised in England and Wales. Unlike a humanist marriage, those that are recognised in this country have religious connotations to them as […]

Family and divorce

Case study

Drug driving: Passenger receives significant settlement following serious collision

Siobhan Thomas

12.08.2020

Our client had been out drinking and socialising with her friends when she was offered a lift home by the Defendant. On the journey home, the Defendant’s driving became erratic and he subsequently lost control of the vehicle, causing it to leave the carriageway and collide with some trees. The Defendant was subsequently breathalysed by the police […]

Personal injury

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When to apply for Decree Absolute: Timing is everything

Laura Sanderson

11.08.2020

Many people are understandably eager to conclude the divorce and move on with their lives. This can lead to the temptation to apply for the Decree Absolute as soon as they are eligible: six weeks and one day from the date of the Decree Nisi. However, they should think twice before rushing to dissolve the […]

Family and divorce

Event

Webinar: Artificial Intelligence Technology

Moore Barlow

Event date: 16.09.2020

How artificial intelligence products and tools can enhance and add value to your business. Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly used in a range of different ways to improve customer experience, streamline work processes and provide predictive analysis – AI is set to transform and increase productivity. Our webinar will focus on how AI products and […]

Commercial

News

Moore Barlow supports England Cricket Team

Moore Barlow

06.08.2020

South East law firm Moore Barlow is supporting two cricket internationals being held at The Ageas Bowl: the England vs Ireland One Day International played on Tuesday August 4th and the England vs Pakistan 5 day Test Match beginning Thursday August 13th. Getting into the spirit of the cricket, the firm will be celebrating their support […]

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Parental Child Abduction: Summer holiday travel arrangements for children

Jan Galloway

05.08.2020

Despite the Covid related difficulties, summer is still the time when children most frequently undertake international travel with a parent to enjoy a holiday abroad or to spend time with a parent living abroad. All too frequently the child is then not returned to the parent who cares for them in the UK, causing distress […]

Family and divorce

Event

Webinar: How can debt recovery improve cash flow during the coronavirus pandemic?

Moore Barlow

Whilst there may be many reasons to cause businesses to enter into liquidation, for SMEs it is often the impact of unpaid invoices and the negative effect that has on cash flow. The coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted businesses across the UK and around the world. Many businesses may have felt that there was little […]

Covid recovery | Debt recovery

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Covid-19: New legislation for redundancy and notice pay of furloughed employees

Katherine Maxwell

31.07.2020

The government has announced new legislation to ensure that furloughed employees who are made redundant will receive a statutory redundancy payment based on their normal rate of pay and not their reduced furlough pay. The same will apply in respect of notice payments for furloughed employees. The new legislation is to come into force today (31 […]

Employment

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Covid-19: Travel abroad and compulsory quarantine – How do employers manage this?

Katherine Maxwell

29.07.2020

Schools have broken up for summer holidays and more employees are now venturing out and going abroad. Already we are seeing signs of further coronavirus related issues for employers. The first big challenge has been triggered by the government’s sudden decision to impose 14-day quarantine on those returning from Spain.This has implications for employees who […]

Covid recovery | Employment

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NHS Resolution annual report and accounts summary

Rheannie Madden

28.07.2020

This summary outlines the new indemnity schemes and clinical negligence cases handled by NHS Resolution. It includes the new measures undertaken in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The full report can be viewed here: NHS Resolution Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20 which details the performance and future plans of the NHS. New Indemnity Schemes 2019/2020 […]

Clinical negligence


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