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Experienced Family Solicitor Janette Johnson discusses Baroness Deech and the Divorce (Financial Provision) Bill 2017-2019 (private members bill)

Experienced Family Solicitor Janette Johnson discusses Baroness Deech and the Divorce (Financial Provision) Bill 2017-2019 (private members bill)

I think it worthy of comment that we are seeing more articles about this bill at present.  This is the ...
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Data Protection and Remote Working

Data Protection and Remote Working

As the country starts to re-open, lots of businesses are still carrying on with remote practices, and many more wish ...
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Is Marriage the same as living together?

Is Marriage the same as living together?

Now adays there are many ways couples and families co-exist from marriage , Civil partnership and cohabitation which each have ...
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“No jab, no job” 

“No jab, no job” 

More than 30 per cent of large UK firms have signalled that staff may be asked for proof of vaccination ...
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Why do we need to address UK surrogacy laws? 

Why do we need to address UK surrogacy laws? 

At present surrogacy arrangements in the UK are governed by several historical acts of parliament, such as the Surrogacy Arrangements ...
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The history of ‘marriage’ : How many ways can a couple be together in the UK  and what are the legal consequences together or through separation?

The history of ‘marriage’ : How many ways can a couple be together in the UK  and what are the legal consequences together or through separation?

The word “marriage” has many romantic and religious connotations.  It has been around since the middleages and it was then ...
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Only Dads Article

Only Dads Article

It is common place that whilst one party may move out of the family home, they tend to remain in ...
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Breastfeeding at work what are employee rights?

Breastfeeding at work what are employee rights?

The benefits of breastfeeding to mother and baby are seemingly endless, from protecting the baby from infection to reducing the ...
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Can an employer now require staff to have a vaccination ?

Can an employer now require staff to have a vaccination ?

“No job, no jab” More than 30 per cent of large UK firms have signalled that staff may be asked ...
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Marriage or Civil Partnership or Cohabitation - what are the legal differences & consequences on splitting up?

Marriage or Civil Partnership or Cohabitation – what are the legal differences & consequences on splitting up?

The history of ‘marriage’ : How many ways can a couple be together in the UK  and what are the ...
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Are you contemplating Georgia for your surrogacy arrangements, as a UK intended parent?

Are you contemplating Georgia for your surrogacy arrangements, as a UK intended parent?

If so, what do you need to know. We have taken the time to understand their local rules and legislation, ...
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UK Surrogacy Reform : Proposals and what this would mean

UK Surrogacy Reform : Proposals and what this would mean

My team and I at A City Law Firm have worked with surrogacy cases for over a decade in both ...
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‘You don’t have to take the traditional route’: my unconventional journey into law

‘You don’t have to take the traditional route’: my unconventional journey into law

Law firm founder Karen Holden on being a Perry Mason fan, her unorthodox career path, and going up against the ...
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Why UK surrogacy laws need to change

Why UK surrogacy laws need to change

My team and I have worked with surrogacy cases for more a decade in both the UK and abroad. From ...
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Apple vs Facebook

Apple vs Facebook

Whose Tracking You? If you gathered 100 consumers in a room and asked them who reads privacy policies or terms ...
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Accessing Finance for your Business

Accessing Finance for your Business

At ACLF we help many businesses with preparation for investment rounds or to scale-up. This includes: due diligence; advice; bespoke ...
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UK companies look to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory.

UK companies look to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory.

Companies in the UK are looking to implement “no jab, no job” employment contracts for current and future employees. Will ...
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Brexit Restructuring and Insolvency Insight

Brexit Restructuring and Insolvency Insight

Against the odds, the UK left the EU with a deal (the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement). However, this deal ...
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Litigation Trends That We Are Likely to See In 2021

Litigation Trends That We Are Likely to See In 2021

Introduction We have all witnessed, in some form, the tumultuous way in which 2020 has changed the world. The legal ...
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Issues to consider for your tech business before post Brexit

Issues to consider for your tech business before post Brexit

As the UK prepares for Brexit with the transition period due to end on 31 December 2020, it is an important ...
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COVID-19: unpaid quarantine and employer’s rights to ask employees to have the vaccine

COVID-19: unpaid quarantine and employer’s rights to ask employees to have the vaccine

The conversation this week has centred on the development of a new vaccine by Pfizer and BioNTech, with preliminary findings ...
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MS v FS [2020] EWFC 89 - Costs and Ancillary Issues

MS v FS [2020] EWFC 89 – Costs and Ancillary Issues

In short, the case involved the applicant husband arriving home to find his suitcase packed by his wife waiting for ...
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COVID-19 and the Courts - Legal Update

COVID-19 and the Courts – Legal Update

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the courts have had to adapt in a way that they had previously ...
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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day comes at a prevalent time for employers and employees this year, as our daily lives continue ...
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