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The family of David Mallaby, a father of two who died in 2012 after his GP failed to spot the signs of bowel cancer, has been awarded a six-figure payment at the High Court.
A businessman has been ordered to pay an ex-girlfriend £28,500, after the Court of Appeal ruled he had led her to believe she would be ‘looked after for life’.
Cartier has been successful in obtaining an internet blocking order against ISPs to stop access to third-party websites offering fakes or counterfeit products.
New employment regulations governing shared parental leave are set to come into force on 1 December 2014.
The Safeguarding Adults Return showed that around 104,000 elderly or vulnerable people suffered abusive treatment in care homes or their own homes last year.
Compensation payout for hospital negligence resulting in brain damage and cerebral palsy to unborn child
Nine-year-old Cody Lyster-Hughes has been awarded up to £6.5m in damages by Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The Committee on Advertising Practice (CAP) has issued an update on the companies with ‘copycat’ websites following three recent decisions.
Human rights organisation Liberty has suggested that some police forces are holding suspects on pre-charge bail for extended and indefinite lengths of time.
Employment law update — settlement discussions, employee tribunal fees; shared parental leave; and more
Over the past year and a half, the government has carried out a number of significant employment law reforms that have transformed the employment law landscape.
It has been more than a year since the introduction of the ‘charitable incorporated organisation’ or CIO. The new structure has proved a success.
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 introduced lasting powers of attorney and created a new Court of Protection to make decisions on behalf of adults who lack capacity.
Financial remedies are where the court looks to determine how fairly to distribute assets between former spouses or civil partners following a divorce or dissolution of the civil partnership.
In a recent decision, the judge had to consider whether a failure to engage in alternative dispute resolution should reduce a successful litigant’s ability to recover his costs.
Financial Fraud Action UK has published figures showing that internet and telephone banking fraud increased 59 per cent to £35.9m during the first six months of 2014.
The Law Commission has said that pre-nuptial agreements will be enshrined in law under plans to reform the divorce industry.
Compensation pay-outs for head and brain injuries: interim payments available when fault is admitted
Recovery from a brain injury can take a long time. It is likely the individual seeking compensation will suffer losses in the form of lost earnings and incurring expenses.
Research from four leading screening companies has shown that the number of UK employers that are drug-testing their workers has increased significantly.
Video: male child abuse victims download
In this video, Malcolm Underhill, child abuse solicitor at IBB Solicitors, interviews Chris Anderson, executive director of MaleSurvivor.
Figures show that 5,050 children were adopted by new families in the 12 months to 31 March 2014. However, there has also been a fall in the number of placement orders from local authorities.
Health and safety in the construction industry: accidents and exposure to hazardous and carcinogenic materials
The construction industry, in terms of accidents, is one of the most dangerous places to work.