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Divorce – What Is A MIAM And Do I Have To Attend One?

When people think of divorce lawyers, they often imagine people spending most of their day in the Family Court making brutal accusations against the other side’s marital behaviour in order to secure the greatest amount of property, spousal maintenance, and any other assets possible for their client.  Thankfully, despite what is portrayed on television, Family…

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National Breastfeeding Week

This year, England’s National Breastfeeding Week runs from 20 – 26th June and it is run by Public Health England. We have chosen to focus our attention on this from an employment perspective as employers have a critical role to play in offering support and encouragement to breastfeeding mothers. Breastfeeding needs to be seen as a normal part…

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Your Rights To Light And Air Above And Around Your Property

Most of us take the right to light for granted…until it is suddenly obstructed.  And with 66 million souls living (and in some areas crammed) on an island almost three times smaller than Texas, it does not take much to trigger a property dispute regarding the right to light.  And when it comes to air…

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Three Key Provisions In The New Online Safety Bill 2021

The Government recently announced the tabling of the new Online Safety Bill 2021  (the Bill).  It is one of the biggest overhauls of internet law in the world, bringing legislation and criminal liability up to date with how the internet is used in the 2020s.  The government states the Bill is globally “groundbreaking” and that…

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Can You Work Yourself To Death?

Alarming new research has shown that 745,000 people died in 2016 from stroke and heart disease due to long working hours.  The study, conducted by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Labour Organisation, found that a working week of 55 hours or more (or 11-hour days) was associated with a 35 per cent higher risk…

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