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hlw Keeble Hawson invites you to a seminar about protecting and managing your online brand and reputation.
A Retention of Title (ROT) clause is commonly used by suppliers to ensure that they can get their goods or money back if a customer goes out of business.
 
Any business which sells products or services to consumers on-line, by telephone or via mail order must be implementing new changes to laws on distance selling to avoid the risk of fines up to £5,000.
In England, the Football Association and the Premier League have issued new guidelines about concussion. This has resulted in club Doctors making the final decision about whether a player with a head injury should return to the field, rather th...
Before I started acting 12 years ago for people who had been abused by healthcare practitioners, I would have been shocked to hear that healthcare practitioners, people you put all your trust in, could be sexually, emotionally and physically ab...
The Court of Appeal has overturned a recent decision on the position of rent payments made before a break clause in a commercial lease has been exercised.
Natural England has launched an online tool to assist local planning authorities and developers in assessing whether a proposed development will affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
A recent case in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) has held that a residential lease that obliged a landlord to insure against the “usual comprehensive risks” in accordance with the Council of Mortgage Lenders recommendations requi...
At a recent Bruno Mars concert (28 June 2014) in Cleveland, Ohio, in front of 20,000 fans, the singer Bruno Mars serenaded Zumyah Thorpe who sustained a severe brain injury in a road traffic accident which sadly killed her pregnant mother and t...
We are delighted to share with you the news that hlw Keeble Hawson is among a trio of finalists in The Yorkshire Legal Awards 2014 Private Client category.
Plebgate may be a dim and distant memory, but the outcome of Mitchell v News Group Newspapers Ltd [2013] EWCA Civ 1526 (Mitchell) has not been forgotten. Mitchell has resulted in a significant amount of satellite litigation increasing the deman...
The issue of brain injury in sports has been prominent for quite some time now including in the media’s recent reporting of the footballer David Astle’s brain injury which we previously covered in our blog. It was therefore not surp...