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You shall not pass!
My neighbour says I don’t have the right to use their driveway to access my property! What can I do?
Getting Hitched? Should I have a pre-nuptial agreement?
It is better to have a pre-nuptial agreement than not; particularly in those instances where pre-acquired wealth, such as a family business needs protecting.
Putting The Fizz In To Careers
It’s time to crack open the bubbly as yet another of our greatest assets (our people) qualifies as a Chartered Legal Executive. The firm has a long a proud tradition of investing in people and helping the achieve their ambition, and Stacy Jackson is further proof of that ethos.
Are Landowners Stuck With An Agricultural Occupancy Condition Forever?
In rural areas, if planning is granted for a residential building, the local authority may…
GP Appointment? How Long Will It Take?
At Wilson Browne we act for many clients in claims against GPs, often the claims relate to delays in diagnosis and treatment that stem from primary care.
Are Investigation Meetings an Essential Element of a Dismissal Process?
At a recent CIPD seminar held at our Kettering office we discussed the importance of investigations as part of a disciplinary process. The Employment Appeals Tribunal (“EAT”) decision in Radia v Jeffries International was published after the seminar and in the summary findings the failure to conduct an investigation meeting did not render unfair the Claimant’s dismissal from the business.
Changes To General Licences For Bird Control
On 26 April 2019, Natural England revoked three general licences for controlling 16 species of wild birds following a challenge by a new environmental NGO, Wild Justice. The licences which have been revoked allowed the killing or taking of certain species of wild birds to prevent serious damage or disease, to preserve public health or public safety or to conserve wild birds or flora or fauna.
New Planning Practice Guidance On Freight Needed
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has published its report, Better Delivery: The Challenge for Freight.
Multiple Sclerosis or MS is a condition that can affect the brain and spinal cord,…
World Haemophilia Day
Wednesday 17th April 2019 will mark the 29th World Haemophilia Day. This day is an awareness day for haemophilia and other bleeding disorders, which also serves to raise funds and attract volunteers for the World Federation of Haemophilia.