Year: 2022

Can medical supply issues affect the outcome for patients?

Are patients’ lives at risk from medical supply issues? We explore this question, here … Every single day, millions of lives are saved by medicines and medical treatments. That said, almost all of these treatments are reliant on a supply of medicines and equipment, so what happens when the supply runs dry? COVID-19 has seen […]

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Changes for immigrants living in and moving to the UK post-Brexit

After years of uncertainty, we’ll detail and summarise the things that have changed for immigrants living and moving to the UK post-Brexit … On the 31st of January 2020, the United Kingdom officially left the European Union. After 47 years of membership, this date marked the end of what had been, at times, a debate […]

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The Colin vs. Cuthbert caterpillar dispute: what’s the latest?

Wondering what the latest news is regarding the M&S and Aldi court case? Here’s the breakdown of the latest news and action on the Colin vs. Cuthbert dispute … In April 2021, our Twitter feeds were flooded by two of the nation’s favourite supermarkets battling over copyright issues with two much-loved, similar looking cakes. Aldi’s […]

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Predictions for the housing market in 2022: what are the experts saying?

2021 saw the UK’s busiest year for property sales in over a decade. In this article, we’re going to take a look at the predictions for the housing market in 2022 and see what the experts are saying. Before you decide to pursue a property transaction with any Bristol, Manchester or London housing solicitors, it’s […]

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Is employee ownership in the law sector a viable strategy?

Can employee ownership work in the UK law sector? We explore this question, here… ‘Taking ownership’ has become a buzzword in recent years and, for many UK employees, this has a very literal meaning. Employee ownership allows staff members to own shares in the company that they work for, and is considered a great way […]

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What does the Rating and Directors Disqualification Act mean for company directors?

The Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Act 2021 grants new powers to the government to investigate and disqualify a company director after they dissolve a company. The legislative measure was pushed through parliament during the coronavirus crisis and received Royal Assent in December 2021. This Act is timely as it protects company stakeholders […]

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The UKGC: law, regulation and responsible online gambling

The UKGC (UK Gambling Commission) is one of those regulatory bodies that gets criticised from all sides of the political divide. Depending on who you ask, it’s either not doing enough, or it’s doing too much. But over the last few years, the UKGC has become much more active in regulating online gambling, particularly the […]

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