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A review of the courts’ approach to occupiers’ liability

Matthew Tuff

11.08.2022

In this article I will be discussing what are, in my opinion, some of the most useful and interesting occupiers’ liability…

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The rules on defendant admissions

Matthew Tuff

09.08.2022

The is article first appeared in PI Focus Magazine – May 2021 The issue of ‘admissions’ has given rise to…

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Useful tips on witness statements

Matthew Tuff

05.08.2022

The is article first appeared in PI Focus Magazine – November 2020 Matthew Tuff offers some tips on witness statements. In any personal injury claim,…

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Is a change in the law for cohabiting couples on the horizon?

Jan Galloway

05.08.2022

Can the ‘common law marriage’ myth finally be bust? Cohabiting couples represent the fastest growing family type in England and…

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Failure to serve a gas safety certificate at the commencement of a tenancy could now prevent the use of the s21 notice

Gemma Richards

03.08.2022

This case law update comes off the back of Byrne v Harwood-Delgado [2022] Facts of the case The tenant moved…

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A guide to injunctions

Rachel Hetherington

03.08.2022

This guide introduces the process of obtaining injunctive relief through the English courts. This note does not extend to matters…

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Compensation obtained for widower after wife’s tragic death in road crash

Matthew Claxson

02.08.2022

Matthew Claxson, a partner in the Moore Barlow serious injury team has obtained settlement for our client following a fatal…

Case study

Seven figure settlement achieved for 2 sisters being involved in the same road traffic collision

Siobhan Thomas

02.08.2022

The Serious Injury Team at Moore Barlow recently acted on behalf of two siblings who sustained serious injuries whilst crossing…

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Take off for a new home abroad

Moore Barlow

29.07.2022

Grab your Factor 50 and seek holiday home heaven with overseas investment expert, property writer and Editor of A Place…

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The risk of holding a “sham” redundancy procedure

Emma Edis

27.07.2022

In the recent case of Rentplus UK v Coulson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) upheld the Tribunal’s earlier decision to award…

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Without prejudice protection upheld after employer sails close to the wind

Naomi Greenwood

27.07.2022

In April 2022, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) overturned the original decision in the case of Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Limited…

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Can I take my child on holiday without my ex’s consent?

Laura White

27.07.2022

“We’re all going on a summer holiday, but only if my ex gives consent too” It’s the time of year…

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