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Personal Injury Trust

Peter Stagg

If you are awarded compensation after suffering a personal injury, and you are also receiving means-tested benefits, it may surprise you to learn that your compensation could result in you losing your benefits.

How a special educational needs solicitor can help in a child brain injury case

Erin Smart

Where a child is injured, it may follow that they require some additional support at school moving forwards, especially if, for example, they have suffered brain injury.

The Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings

Tom Lacey

Now the end of the personal tax year has arrived the next round of ‘fun’ with HMRC is dealing with the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings returns.

How to fund a claim for personal injury compensation

Matthew Claxson

In a claim for personal injury compensation it is important your solicitor puts into place the best method of funding of the claim for you. 

Comments on the SEND disagreement resolution review

Erin Smart

On 29th March 2017, the Department for Education published its review into the implementation of the Children and Families Act 2014, with particular focus on the effectiveness of the Act’s reformed disagreement resolution processes.

Immigration refusal rates

Tamara Rundle

Figures show that in Quarter 1 of 2016, there were 418 entry clearance entrepreneur applications made with a 50% refusal rate.

Adekosan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Limited - can gross negligence justify dismissal without notice?

Naomi Greenwood

Usually when an employee’s employment is terminated, the appropriate amount of notice must be given by the employer. The Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out the minimum amount of notice that must be given while an employee’s contract could also stipulate that a greater amount of notice must be provided.

Pimlico Plumbers & Anor v Smith – when is a plumber a worker?

Katherine Maxwell

Determining ‘worker’ status has been a major focus in the world of employment law recently, with several high-profile cases considering the issue.

Septic tanks a dirty word

Kerry Dovey

When you are marvelling in the peace and tranquillity of having bought a home in the countryside, you are unlikely to find yourself in your new garden, enjoying the spring blossoms whilst considering the subject of sewage.  Although a dirty word, come 2020, ‘sewage’ will be at the forefront of the minds of most sellers and buyers of rural property.

Apprenticeship levy – Are you prepared?

Stephanie Bowen

As you may have seen in the media recently, despite Brexit, the new apprenticeship levy is still expected to come into force on 6 April 2017. 


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