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Can the Company Pay? – Use of Company Funds in Shareholder Disputes

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Author: Sarah Jackson

This is a point that often comes up in practice.  Shareholders are locked in a bitter battle over the ownership...

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Choose Kind on National Children’s Day

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Author: Sonal Parekh

National Children’s Day UK (NCDUK) was on Sunday 15 May 2022. The day is centred around promoting the importance of...

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No-Fault Divorce – Good and Bad?

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Author: Jolene Hutchison

We are now a month on since no-fault divorce was implemented on the 6 April.  As anticipated, there was a...

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Family Law and BBC’s The Split – Highlighting Legal Parentage – Legal Rights of Egg and Sperm Donors

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Author: Reena Vadera

If you are a sperm donor, you could be the legal parent of any child born from your donation. In...

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“Buyer beware” vs the duty of disclosure when selling a property

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Author: Fiona Kelleher

The principle of caveat emptor, “buyer beware”, means that the onus is on the buyer to find out everything it needs...

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Primary School National Offer Day – Did your child get the place you wanted?

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Author: Celia Whittuck

Parents and carers of pre-school children, and those transitioning from infant to junior school, are shortly due to find out...

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UK Inheritance Disputes Report 2022

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Author: Paul Grimwood

We surveyed UK citizens to ask them about their experiences dealing with an inheritance dispute. Our results have thrown up...

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Travelling Abroad with Children if you are Separated or Divorced

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Author: Reena Vadera

It is essential to get permission to take a child abroad. Many families are looking forward to their long-awaited first...

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Reforming the Electronic Communications Code

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Author: Andrew Olins

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Author: Scarlett Doyle

Having come into force less than 5 years ago, plans for reforming the Electronic Communications Code (The Code) are already...

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Do’s and Don’ts for your next site visit!

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Author: Andrew Olins

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Author: Scarlett Doyle

The Court of Appeal in Rushbond PLC v The JS Design Partnership LLP [2021] unanimously held that an architect could...

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My route from law degree to Trainee Solicitor

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Author: Louisa Guest

I applied to IBB Law for a Legal Administrator role, a couple of weeks after I finished University in May...

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The End of the Blame Game: No-Fault Divorce

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Author: Yasmin Kibble

Following on from our recent article on no fault divorce, new guidance has now been released to provide more information...

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