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A study released by Investec Wealth & Investment Management earlier this year found that almost two thirds of UK adults have not written a will.
Various changes to intellectual property law will come into force on 1 October 2014.
Making a brain injury compensation claim: how to obtain adequate funding for rehabilitation and loss of earnings
Brain injury, unlike physical injury, is not always easy to see, and thus the full impact of such an injury is not necessarily appreciated by others.
A report from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner regarding the impact of cuts to legal aid last year states that vulnerable, at-risk teenagers are being deprived of justice.
Proposed reforms would see temporary laws allowing office space to be transformed into housing without the need for full planning permission made permanent.
New research from the International Labour Organisation has found that the average global gender pay gap now stands at 23 per cent.
Charities team newsletter — Charity Commission updates safeguarding guidance; new VAT guidance for charities; and more
IBB Solicitors has released the autumn 2014 issue of its charities team newsletter.
Pensions expert Dr Ros Altmann has suggested that new flexible working rules could be adopted by workers in their fifties and sixties to initiate a form of ‘retirement leave’.
The Conveyancing Association is urging the government to update the Consumer Rights Bill to stop rogue managing agents from delaying the sales of leasehold properties.
Chris Grayling is to introduce new rules guaranteeing victims of crime the legal right to tell a court how their lives have been affected, enshrining in law a ‘victims’ code’.
The family of Nicola Ames, a lady who died after being given three times the recommended dose of a sedative, has been awarded £65,000 in compensation.
Malcolm Underhill, child abuse solicitor at IBB Solicitors, interviews Peter Saunders, CEO of the National Association of People Abused in Childhood.
The Labour Party has said that if it is elected to government it will scrap the current employment tribunal system.
It is not always an easy journey for charities to merge and early planning and preparation is essential to make sure that you smooth the path as much as you possibly can.
According to research by the Action for Children, a third of children taken into care in the past year were separated from their brothers and sisters.
Noise-induced hearing loss (work-based hearing loss) is permanent and the damage is irreversible.
Anyone getting their home on the market should be getting the paperwork in order before a buyer knocks on the door.
New research has shown that the average divorce now takes more than three weeks longer than it would have done less than a year ago.
Experts have raised fears that Britain is set to see an increase in the number of mesothelioma sufferers.
Video: commercial tenant rights and obligations when taking on a lease of newly built property download
In this video, IBB partner Juliusz Wodzianski discusses commercial tenant rights and obligations when taking on a lease of a newly built property.