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Woman who abandoned career not entitled to compensation

July 2017

A woman who abandoned her career to be “looked after” by her millionaire husband has lost her bid to gain an extra £1million in assets in their divorce.

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Planning Permission Does Not Create Rights

June 2017

The judge in a nuisance case in relation to noise generated by a local business raised some very interesting issues which could have relevance to those considering similar types of action.

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Personal Injury Claim

June 2017

It is reported by the Local Government Association’s transport spokesman that 2017 “could be a tipping point regarding potholes”.

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Employment Issues

June 2017

In the course of an employment tribunal hearing for unfair dismissal, issues arose as to the true reason for the dismissal and whether it had been reasonable for the respondent to conclude that the claimant was guilty of dishonesty.

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Queen's Speech - Letting Fees

June 2017

More than six months after first suggesting the idea, the government has announced plans to ban fees to lettings agents in England.

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Increase In Speeding Fines

April 2017

The UK’s Sentencing Council, which sets the guideline for the fines or other penalties handed out by magistrates courts, has increased the maximum fine for the most serious speeding offences.

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