How to deal with flooding in your home – A legal perspective

Posted by admin on October 19th, 2016

The British summer is now fully over, and the drizzly weather is starting to fully kick in – the coats, hats, and umbrellas are all out. But what could happen to you in the case of flooding? Last year, over […]

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Tesco faces discrimination claims

Posted by admin on October 18th, 2016

Long term Tesco workers are planning to take the company to court after cuts to their salaries. A group of 17 long serving workers claim that these cuts to the night and weekend pay rates are discriminatory. Earlier this year […]

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DWS News – We’ve moved to our new office!

Posted by admin on October 13th, 2016

We were recently featured in The Leicester Mercury for our office move. Originally based on Friar Lane, we have moved a few doors down to a newly refurbished and decorated office. We spent a huge £300,000 on investment for our […]

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Cohabitation law: Know where you stand

Posted by admin on October 11th, 2016

The law on cohabitation in the UK can be hard to understand and figure. Today’s we’ve put together a blog for you to understand the laws surround cohabitating when it comes to your possessions, children and property. It’s important for […]

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Iceland V Iceland – A Trademark Battle

Posted by admin on September 27th, 2016

You may have heard of the trademark battle going on between the country Iceland – famous for is beauty, gender equality and happiness levels  and national supermarket Iceland – famous for its frozen goods and value for money food. Apparently, […]

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Is your home owned via tenancy in common or as a joint tenancy?

Posted by admin on September 22nd, 2016

If you don’t know the answer to that question you’re counted amongst the quarter of the adult home owning population that do not know. According to new research from ocean finance, 1 in 4 don’t know the legal structure of […]

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Fly-Tipping- A Neighbourhood Nuisance – What Can You Do?

Posted by admin on September 19th, 2016

The last week has seen lots of publicity in the news around fly-tipping and its growth in the past year. Local councils are using over £67M pounds to clean up, catch and prosecute those who are causing all the mess. […]

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Child Booster Seat Law Update

Posted by admin on September 14th, 2016

Law changes! Once again the law on booster seats and chairs in cars have changed. Booster seat laws are those pesky things have parents scratching their heads in confusion. But of course the law is always in the best interest […]

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UK Dangerous Driving law Update

Posted by admin on September 8th, 2016

The prime minister recently hinted that that new dangerous driving laws could soon see enforcement amid concerns that the currently penalties are too lenient. She said “I’m aware of the concern there is about the law in relation to dangerous […]

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The Shocking rise of Pregnancy discrimination

Posted by admin on September 5th, 2016

Over the last decade, the UK has seen a huge and shocking rise in discrimination against expectant mothers. In a recent report published by the women’s and equality select committee, the findings highlight a growing trend in the redundancy of […]

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