Is it legal to record a conversation?

Posted by admin on July 26th, 2017

Surprisingly, it’s perfectly legal to record a conversation over the phone or in real life with whoever you’re conversing with. Most people may assume it’s illegal, but it’s actually perfectly legal to do. The issue that arises about the recording […]

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What does Parole mean in the UK?

Posted by admin on July 21st, 2017

A story that’s gained a major public interest recently is the case OJ Simpson, who according to US law has been granted parole. While many of us may understand parole, owing to the face that it crops up in several […]

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Pension inequality ended for same sex couples

Posted by admin on July 20th, 2017

A decision made by the supreme court has ruled that employers exclude same-sex couples from spousal benefits, such as pension funds will be breaking the law. The ruling was unanimous and overruled a current exemption in the Equality Act of […]

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Strange British Laws you’ve never heard of

Posted by admin on July 18th, 2017

Britain is known for its quirks and craziness, but nothing quite summaries it as much the weird laws that still exist! Here’s a couple we’ve found that you can use as fun facts at your social gathering. It’s illegal to […]

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Defamation, Libel and Slander Explained

Posted by admin on June 28th, 2017

The law of defamation protects a person’s reputation through ensuring that freedom of speech is not abused to cause detriment to persons name, company or family. Defamation covers libel and slander. Libel is when a defamatory statement is printed in […]

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Suspension from Work – What does the law say?

Posted by admin on June 27th, 2017

Suspension from Work – What does the law say? Any employer can suspend their employees at any time due to misconduct or any disciplinary issues. The reasons for suspension are usually set out in your contract or staff conduct manual […]

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How does a civil partnership come to an end?

Posted by admin on June 27th, 2017

How does a civil partnership come to an end? Civil partnerships come to an end if your partner passes away. If you choose to end your civil before that there are 3 ways you can go about it. A dissolution […]

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What is Professional negligence?

Posted by admin on June 20th, 2017

What is Professional negligence? “Professional negligence is a breach of the duty of care between professionals and their clients. The duty of care is a common law arrangement where the client expects a level of professionalism and standards commonly held […]

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DWS attends One Family Global Charity Iftaar

Posted by admin on June 16th, 2017

DWS attends One Family Global Charity Iftaar DWS attended the One Family Global Charity Iftaar at The Savoy London on Wednesday evening. The iftaar hosted by Awakening Records was to raise funds for One Family Global which aims to combat […]

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Small Claims Track – What is it?

Posted by admin on June 5th, 2017

Small Claims Track – What is it? The small claims track is the updated version of the now non-existent small claims court. The small claims track deals with disagreements between two parties where a claim for money is £10,000 or […]

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