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Tired of being kept in the dark?

It can often feel like the claimant holds all the cards prior to litigation. What options are open to defendants to level the playing field?

Liam McGuire Partner
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Owens v Owens: Supreme Court to decide on 'unreasonable behaviour' in divorce case

A woman who was refused permission to divorce her husband by both the High Court and Court of Appeal is to take her case to the Supreme Court.

Lottie Tyler Associate

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England and Wales coroners’ statistics published

The 2016 statistics relating to Coroners’ Courts in England and Wales have been published.

Crispin Kenyon Partner

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Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome exposure results in fine for engineering firm

An engineering firm has been fined for its failure to control the risk to employees using hand held power tools from Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome.

Crispin Kenyon Partner