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A recent Supreme Court ruling centred on a parking fine may have far-reaching implications on the law of damages, which will affect a large number of cases covering a wide range of disputes.
Websites are a vital online tool for many charities, but how do you protect your online brand from unscrupulous cyber squatters, looking to make money?
hlw Keeble Hawson is delighted to announce that a deal in which the firm represented fume extraction specialist Purex International Ltd, has been shortlisted in the Yorkshire Business Insider’s Dealmakers Awards 2015.
We will review any contracts you are not totally confident about in total confidence for only £50.
Whether it’s the Premier League, the Ashes or the Rugby World Cup, the reach of the world’s major sporting attractions has never been longer. As a result the digital and creative industries are investing heavily in creating new tech...
For many landowners, installing a phone mast can be a useful source of additional income with little effort or inconvenience.
In September 2014, a mural, attributed to the street artist Banksy, appeared as if by magic on the outside wall of a building used by a tenant as an amusement arcade.
Charities employing fewer than 30 staff must be ready to comply with auto-enrolment pension regulations, or risk fines of at least £400.
Landlords are being urged to check existing and future tenancy agreements following a recent decision by the Court of Appeal.
The public outcry over the death of Olive Cook, who was allegedly hounded by a number of charitable requests for money, has brought to life anecdotal evidence of strong arm tactics commonly being used on the elderly and vulnerable by certain ch...
From January 2016, nearly all companies, regardless of size or turnover, must produce, file and keep an up to date “person(s) with significant control register” (the PSC Register). The individual “person(s)” (PSCs) are d...
We are sure that you are all aware of the changes to insolvency procedure and practice which take effect from 1 October 2015. One of the most important changes relates to office holders’ fees and the need to obtain prior approval from cre...