In the case of Wan-Bissaka and Another v Bentley  EWHC 2340 (QB), the High Court granted a non-disclosure order in proceedings for misuse of private information, breach of confidence and harassment.
Over the festive period, Keebles helped support the annual Sheffield Shoebox Appeal.
The introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine has raised questions regarding the implications of an employer insisting on compulsory testing and compulsory vaccination.
With the news that the last quarter of the financial year saw a record 194,203 new CCJs taken out against individuals in England and Wales, compared with 112,261 in the previous quarter, how can you get to grips with your aged debts?
Since 2008, thousands of large companies have been signed up to the prompt payment code.
The first working day back in the office after Christmas is often dubbed as “divorce day” by family law solicitors.
Although the Land Registry is committed to having all land registered in the UK by 2030 14% of the freehold land in the UK remains unregistered. What does this mean for sellers and buyers when they co...
Whatever stage of life you’re at, a properly drafted Will is something you simply cannot afford to be without. It is nothing to be fearful of … nor is it simply another job on your ‘to do’ list you can keep putting off!