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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
Barrister Nigel Brockley has come to the Bar via involvement in a family business, the restaurant trade and cold calling, as well as the acting profession, and is quite at home in the world of direct access. “I like to win,” he says. ... read more
April 19th, 2017

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Westminster Council has given planning permission for a new 30-storey residential block in Paddington, west London. The block will be 105 metres tall. posted on April 20th, 2016
Following a change in the law that requires employers to provide pensions automatically for their employees - “automatic enrolment” - The Pensions Regulator issued 162 compliance notices between April and August 2014. These statutory notices give employers a deadline within which to take certain... posted on November 6th, 2014
Two ex-wives have won a Supreme Court battle to set aside their divorce settlements as a result of non-disclosure by their former husbands. posted on October 15th, 2015