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Professional Deputyships – Are they as scary as they seem? Clearing up the misconceptions

Sarah Lindesay

22.06.2021

From the #FreeBritney campaign, a protest aiming to end the Conservatorship over pop singer Britney Spears to last year’s film…

Court of protection | Wills tax and trusts

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Lenders, what’s your liability when an undisclosed commission has been paid?

Sarah Watley

21.06.2021

In April, my colleague Susannah Marsh wrote an article regarding the Court of Appeal outcome in the cases of Wood…

Financial services litigation

Event

Webinar: Intellectual property and artificial intelligence

Moore Barlow

Event date: 08.07.2021

As the worlds of business and technology continue to collide, spurred on by all the developments due to COVID-19, Moore…

Commercial | Corporate | Webinar

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Lady receives compensation for delay in treatment of TB meningitis

Mala Sidebottom

17.06.2021

Our client was admitted to hospital in July 2015 complaining of headache, dizziness, and double vision. She also reported memory…

Clinical negligence

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Don’t bet on your exclusion clause – lessons learned from Green v Betfred

Dorothy Agnew

16.06.2021

The recent High Court decision of Andrew Green and Petfre (Gibraltar) Limited t/a Betfred is a useful reminder of the…

Commercial

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Indemnities in Technology Contracts

Mark Lucas

16.06.2021

Most suppliers of software and other forms of technology accept that they must indemnify customers if they breach third parties’…

Commercial | Corporate

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A safer Internet of Things? Risks and future cybersecurity laws

Laurie Heizler

16.06.2021

As the technology sector matures, the risks that attach to personal computing are now more manageable. The market for all…

Commercial

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Diabetic retinopathy guide

Denise Deakin

15.06.2021

What is diabetic retinopathy? Diabetic retinopathy is a complication caused by diabetes. It occurs when your blood sugar levels are…

Clinical negligence

News

Moore Barlow advises BANAIR (Holdings) on its acquisition of Bright Structures Limited

Moore Barlow

14.06.2021

BANAIR is a growing UK based engineering group with manufacturing in the UK and Poland, and sales markets mainly in…

Commercial | Corporate | Employment | Real estate

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Webinar: Business contracts and technology

Moore Barlow

Moore Barlow’s Commercial & Technology law held a webinar on important recent legal developments affecting the drafting and negotiation of…

Commercial | Corporate | Webinar

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“No-fault divorce” to become law from 6 April 2022

Beverley Cullis

08.06.2021

After eagerly anticipating that “no-fault divorce” would become law in late summer/early autumn this year, it has finally been announced…

Family and divorce

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Genetic Haemochromatosis Guide

Denise Deakin

07.06.2021

What is Genetic Haemochromatosis and who is at risk? Genetic Haemochromatosis (GH), also known as hereditary haemochromatosis, is an inherited…

Clinical negligence


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