New orders to tackle domestic abuse

Theresa May has announced tough new powers to tackle domestic violence will be introduced across England and Wales.

Wealthy divorce is tearing a family apart

An intense divorce battle between a couple married for 43 years has split a family in half and rung up a £700,000 legal bill before the case has even entered court.

National Family Dispute Resolution Week

This week it is National Family Dispute Resolution Week. The aim of this campaign is to highlight the alternatives to court for separating and divorcing couples, and raise awareness of all the options available.

Employment Appeals Tribunal considers the law relating to disability discrimination

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently overturned a decision of the Employment Tribunal

Personal licence statistics

Recent figures released by The Home Office reveal that there was a 7% rise in the number of personal licences issued in England and Wales in the year to 31 March 2013.

Solution to whiplash injuries lies in motorists behaviour

This week is Road Safety Week, and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) claim that many whiplash injuries could be avoided if motorists stop driving too close to the vehicle in front.

The need for Children Contact Centres

The National Association of Probation Officers (NAPO) Family Court section has recently launched a national campaign entitled ‘Children need Contact Centres’.

Court of Appeal considers reasonableness of restrictive covenants

The often disputed area of restrictive covenants has come under scrutiny again in Coppage -v- Safety Net Services.

MOJ publishes latest Employment Tribunal statistics

The Ministry of Justice has recently published the statistics for the number of Employment Tribunal claims received between July and September 2013.

Removal of health insurance benefits found to be age discrimination

It has been held that the removal of permanent health insurance benefits once the employee turned 55 is both directly and indirectly discriminatory against the employee, on the basis of his age.

Supreme Court rules on legality of work for your benefits scheme

The Government has lost a Supreme Court appeal over a ruling that it’s ‘back to work’ schemes were legally flawed.

Policy no bar to BZR

The licensing department at Fraser Brown has helped a night club get later hours despite being located in the city centre saturation zone and strong objections from local residents.


13.Nov.2013 | Licensing

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