Blogs

Commercial Property | 12th January 2019

Give it up! Give it up! Baby, Give it up!

No-one has a crystal ball that can definitively tell them what the future holds. Every decision is a risk to a greater or lesser degree....

Tamzin Mandelli

Associate, Commercial Property
Clinical Negligence | 12th January 2019

Has the demise of Legal Aid put justice out of...

Medical negligence (or clinical negligence as it's known) can be utterly devastating, not just for the victim, but for the family too. At a time...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence

Soaring fees set deadline for executors and estate planning

Controversial court fees which have been branded a stealth tax on bereaved families are expected to prompt a surge in probate applications before the hike...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates
Family | 27th November 2018

Is there such a thing as a ‘good divorce’?

Many Resolution[1] family lawyers think so and this week is Resolution’s annual awareness-raising week Minimising the impact of conflict on children: Conflict can have some...

Vanessa McMurtrie

Partner, Family
Dispute Resolution | 27th November 2018

Self-driving Vehicles – who is responsible if you have an...

Self-driving Vehicles – who is responsible if you have an accident? The age of ‘driverless’ cars is nearly upon us. Funnily enough, it’s internet giant...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Employment | 23rd November 2018

When ‘Banter’ crosses over into abuse

“It’s just bants, mate! Just bants!” If you work in any kind of environment, from an office to a building site, you’ll be familiar with...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Personal Injury | 10th November 2018

A Quick Guide to Personal Injury Trusts

One of the more structured ways of ensuring a recipient is able to manage their inheritance properly is to put it into a trust. For...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Mediation | 5th November 2018

Mediation: Please don’t use the “F” word in my presence

As I always say to parties at the beginning of my mediations, one of the golden rules of mediation is that each side must move...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution
Employment | 4th November 2018

New employment rights raise another red flag for employers

New payslip requirements are set to come into force, requiring itemised calculations for variable rates of pay and hours worked. Alongside, the requirement for payslips...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 2nd November 2018

Bonfire Night parties – how to avoid some legal fireworks

Remember, remember, the fifth of November… Every year it’s impossible not to remember the (allegedly) treasonous acts of a group of men as they planned...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

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