Subject access requests can be expensive and time consuming for employers yet they are a key part of protection afforded to employees under the incoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). With 50% of businesses admitting they are unaware of what their GDPR obligations will be come May, we’ve set out below the changes employers need […]
Helen Morland, Partner in our Clinical Negligence team at Hay & Kilner LLP, acted on behalf of a client who was awarded £300,000.00 following two episodes of negligent surgery to her right knee. In December 2004, our client began to suffer pain in her right knee and found it difficult to walk. X-rays of her […]
The law setting out how to make a valid Will dates back to 1837, whilst many of the rules dealing with the administration of a deceased person’s estate were set down in 1925. Much has changed since then, no more so than family dynamics. In today’s society, divorce, remarriage, co-habitation and same sex marriages are […]
We have recently advised Wingrove on the acquisition of a Peugeot franchise, to add to their existing Citroen and DS franchises. Wingrove Motor Company has been operating in the motor trade for over 90 years and is one of the oldest family owned motor franchises in the UK. They have acquired the Peugeot dealership on […]
It was the veterans of the power balled, Def Leppard, who asked the question in 1996, ‘Where does love go when it dies?’ The sentiments of the song come to mind in a very tragic, but legally very complex, case involving the rules relating to the forfeiture of inheritance when the person who made the […]
If you don’t charge for your professional services and you don’t have a formal contract of engagement do you still owe a client a duty of care to provide those services with reasonable skill and care? This point was considered in the case of Lejonvam -v- Burgess and Another (2017) by the Court of Appeal.