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What are your rights if you are accused of a Road Traffic Offence and then receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution (aka NIPs)? Sunil Rupasinha, a noted motoring offences barristers, offers a few tips.   ... read more
June 22nd, 2017
Barrister John Robson, an expert on probate problems, sets out the reasons why consulting a barrister early on if you are faced with a tricky, sensitive and complex dispute over a family estate can save you time, money and anxiety. ... read more
June 16th, 2017


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More small businesses are turning to mediation, as a viable, more cost-effective and less confrontational alternative to litigation, according to Business Matters, the SME business magazine. posted on September 3rd, 2014
One in 14 adults in England and Wales were sexually abused as children, according to figures recently compiled by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). posted on August 8th, 2016
MPs, councillors and civil servants suspected of corruption are to be targeted by a new law proposed by the home secretary, Theresa May, who intends to establish an offence of "illicit enrichment" for cases where a public official's assets have increased significantly without satisfactory... posted on April 25th, 2016