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On 20 September, stalwart members of the Harrisons’ team did a 10K mud run to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
The short answer to the headline question is “Apparently not”.
We’re all concerned about the environment, which is why the UK Government introduced the Energy Act 2011 and the Climate Change Act 2008, which aim to reduce carbon emissions by 80% between 1990 and 2050.
You might have seen this disturbing story in the news recently.
If you are thinking of dissolving your marriage or civil partnership, you need to be aware that ‘no fault’ divorce is due to become law.
We’re in fast-changing times, and many of us now live much of our lives online.
We were shocked to read that a solicitor has been struck off recently (he wasn’t one of ours, you’ll be happy to know).
When Aretha Franklin lost her battle to pancreatic cancer in August 2018, lawyers originally declared that she died without a Will. Now, three handwritten Wills have been found at her property – causing much confusion for her family.
Many small businesses don’t have an in-house HR team. But as soon as you employ anybody, you run up against HR matters. And they can lead to all sorts of trouble.
On 9th April 2019 Justice Secretary David Gauke confirmed new legislation would be introduced to allow couples to separate without apportioning blame, in order to reduce family conflict.