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Jackson wary of fixed costs

Jackson LJ's latest position on the proposed extension of fixed costs is surprising, given the fact that it scarcely seems that long...

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Progress for families of missing persons

The Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 has received Royal Assent, bringing the families of missing persons one step closer to...

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Fixed fees and the access to justice debate

John Hyde of the Gazette makes valuable points. Addressing the NHS legal spend should not be done at the expense of genuine Claimants who...

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting website now live

The Government website on which gender pay gap reports have to be published has now gone live. To date, five employers have published...

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Protecting the Elderly

The elderly and their families need to be careful when taking steps to dispose of assets to avoid claims by Local Authorities for care.

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