Late Registration of A Charge at Companies House

Posted by admin on March 6th, 2018

DWS Legal has expertise in making successful applications to register Legal Charges or Debentures that have been filed at Companies House out of time. We receive instructions from Law Firms and Financial Institutions from across the country and are well […]

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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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Work Suspension

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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Summer Time Anti-social Behaviour – What to do

Posted by admin on July 22nd, 2016

It’s that time of year again, everyone’s got their fans out, summer dresses are out and everyone is slowly sweltering away in the heat and it’s #toohottosleep. Summer is the time of year that anti-social behaviour spikes. Longer nights and […]

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Tips for managing a commercial dispute.

Posted by admin on June 14th, 2016

You can’t deny that getting on with every person you meet is probably not going to happen, and that at any given point you will fallout or have an argument. But when it comes to business don’t forget to be […]

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A Guide to Illegal Neighbourly Behaviour

Posted by admin on May 12th, 2016

  Are you an annoying neighbour? Are you breaking the law inadvertently? Find out here, in our guide to being a good neighbour and not breaking the law. When putting up washing lines, make sure you obtain consent from your […]

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Alternate dispute resolution explained

Posted by admin on April 18th, 2016

Following out blog on ‘Jargon busting for dispute resolution’,  today we’ll be looking at ADR. In a drive to get people to stop taking things to courts, the current government is pushing its ADR plans, also known as alternative dispute […]

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Jargon Buster: Dispute resolution

Posted by admin on April 18th, 2016

Its part two of Jargon buster! Today we’ll be looking at those words which you need to understand about dispute and conflict resolution. Let’s make things simple!   ADR: Alternative dispute resolution. This involves resolving disputes without involving or going […]

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Third Party Harassment Liability

Posted by Asma on January 6th, 2014

Third Party Harassment Liability Comes to an End Workers can sometimes experience harassment from third parties such as clients or visitors, and it is the employer’s duty to protect their employees in such cases. Failure to take reasonable steps to […]

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Litigation Disputes in the UK

Posted by DWS on November 12th, 2013

The UK is the Best states the Justice Secretary Justice secretary Chris Grayling has sent a message to the world that the UK is cheaper, quicker and more reliable for litigation disputes. ‘People all over the world know that for […]

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