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The latest blogs from experts in our HR, employment law, dispute resolution and medical negligence teams. Your shares, comments and feedback are very welcome.
Is my child Gillick competent?
Jessica Lyth explains the medical term “Gillick competence” and what it means for an under-18 year old's consent to treatment.
Published Friday 8th December 2017
Mediation: A Light in the Dark
Have you found yourself in the midst of a dispute which seems like it will never end? Mediation may signal the light at the end of the tunnel.
Published Thursday 23rd November 2017
Making an application for British Citizenship
Immigration law expert, Debra Robinson, explains how to make an application for British Citizenship.
Published Thursday 16th November 2017
A guide to rent reviews in commercial leases
Rebecca Davidson explains rent reviews in commercial leases and explains what to watch out for to avoid financial consequences.
Published Thursday 9th November 2017
Maternity Leave: The common pitfalls for businesses
Employment Law Solicitor, Anna Lovett, explains the common maternity pitfalls that she regularly advises employers on.
Published Friday 3rd November 2017
What is a Special Guardianship Order and is it right for me?
Family law Solicitor, Zoë Tremeer-Holme, sets out the basics of a special guardianship order and explores some of the issues to be aware of.
Published Thursday 26th October 2017
What can Headway do for you?
Sinead McCracken explains how the charity Headway supports those affected by a serious brain injury.
Published Friday 20th October 2017
Absenteeism in the workplace
Debra Robinson offers help and advice to employers suffering with absenteeism issues, and practical solutions on how to get the best from your workforce.
Published Friday 13th October 2017
Six things to consider before buying a leasehold property
Natalie Clifford gives the top six things to consider before purchasing a leasehold property.
Published Thursday 5th October 2017
Breach of Contract
George Farrer explains how a breach of contract can occur and how compensation is calculated.
Published Monday 25th September 2017
HR Consultant Julie Davis gives a comprehensive guide to redundancy and explains where unfair dismissals can occur when being made redundant.
Published Friday 22nd September 2017
Cohabitation: The separation of truth and fiction
Family Law Solicitor, Zoë Tremeer-Holme, looks at the main problem areas of cohabitation and what unmarried couples should do to protect themselves in the event of a separation.
Published Friday 15th September 2017