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Every organisation will experience a cyber incident, often more than once. The key is not to panic… get fit to tackle cyber threats head-on. CyXcel – pioneering new thinking on Cyber to help you face the future with confidence. Protect your organisation.

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News and Insights


Fixed recoverable costs consultation

The Ministry of Justice has launched a consultation in relation to extending the use of Fixed Recoverable Costs (FRC) in civil cases

Sian Evans
Sian Evans Partner
Insights
Acoustic shock appeal is dismissed

Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation v Cristopher Goldscheider Interveners; Association of British Orchestras, Society of London Theatre and UK…

Jim Byard
Jim Byard Partner

Insights
Loss of society - limitation of awards finally?

George Andrews v Greater Glasgow Health Board [2019] CSOH 31


Insights
Closing probate registries

The Ministry of Justice are proceeding with plans to close regional probate registries and centralise the probate service.

Lorraine Wilson
Lorraine Wilson Solicitor

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