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Choosing your business or brand name – key legal guide

Dorothy Agnew

16.02.2024

Whether you decide that your brand will be plain block type, stylised or a logo, in colour or black and…

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Securing your future: An essential guide to Consent Orders in divorce

Sophie Wallace

15.02.2024

Many wonder about the necessity of a Consent Order, especially when it comes to achieving a ‘clean break’ from financial…

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Damaged frozen embryos – do you have a compensation claim?

Hayley Lewis

15.02.2024

Guy’s Hospital have revealed that faulty freezing fluid has been used on embryos in September and October 2022. The result…

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Is it an end of an era for video witnessing wills?

Felicity John

13.02.2024

COVID-19, with no doubt, led to some confusion on how Wills were to be signed and witnessed, whilst adhering to…

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Can the court force me to mediate?

Anna Iceton

13.02.2024

Mediation is a popular form of alternative dispute resolution (‘ADR’). There are others including arbitration, adjudication and expert determination. Mediation…

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Buying a house with room for a home office

Verity Mount

12.02.2024

Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the desire for a dedicated workspace at home has become increasingly prevalent. As a result, lots…

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Buying a property with a swimming pool – everything you need to know

Lucy Thacker

12.02.2024

If you are buying a new home, you may be considering buying a property with a swimming pool. Or perhaps…

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Why you should instruct a specialist in a fatal collision claim

Matthew Claxson

08.02.2024

I have been reflecting on two related cases where we were instructed in a civil insurance claim by the families…

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Traumatic strokes and road accidents

Matthew Tuff

06.02.2024

My name is Matt Tuff. I am a Senior Associate solicitor in the Major Trauma Department at Moore Barlow. Today…

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Mental capacity following a traumatic brain injury

Matthew Tuff

06.02.2024

My name is Matt Tuff and I am a Senior Associate solicitor in the Major Trauma Department at Moore Barlow.…

Case study

Can a beneficiary challenge a solicitor’s fees incurred through administering an estate?

Joanna Earl

26.01.2024

It appears that a beneficiary can challenge a solicitor’s fees incurred through administering an estate, after the Court of Appeal…

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Why reporting medical conditions to the DVLA can save lives on our roads

Matthew Claxson

25.01.2024

The DVLA require those with a driving licence to notify them of reportable medical conditions so that they can consider…

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