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News and Insights


How will a ‘no deal’ scenario affect divorce and child law jurisdiction after Brexit?

Associate Lottie Tyler looks at how Brexit might impact family law following new government paper..

Lottie Tyler
Lottie Tyler Associate
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Retail Review: Defining Turnover Rents in the Age of E-Commerce

In the latest Weightmans Retail Review, Solicitor Michael Drapala looks at how retailers are coping with changing customer behaviour and confidence..


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The scope of the liability of the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) as an emanation of the UK state

Further developments in the scope of compulsory motor insurance requirements, and MIB's potential liability following Vnuk.

David Holt
David Holt Partner

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Reducing Family Conflict - will consultation be effective in reforming divorce law?

Government consultation paper follows a summer of high profile judgments

Lottie Tyler
Lottie Tyler Associate

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