Property license agreements symptom of revival

The demand for commercial property, including property license agreements, has surged in the third quarter of 2013 as belief in sustained economic recovery builds and foreign investors such as the Bank of New York pour money into the UK.

Who will buy Bantham?

Most people would consider purchasing a house a big achievement. Considering the amount of time and money spent on finding the perfect home, and finally buying the property – who would want to do it more than once or twice in a lifetime?

Could a headphone ban keep cyclists safe?

Recently, several media groups have been discussing the issue of cycling safety following a spate of traffic accidents within the capital. Over a two-week-period, six cyclists have unfortunately lost their lives during vehicle collisions and, consequently, some organisations have been proposing methods to reasonably prevent bike riders from suffering personal injury while travelling on London's roads.

Khan can box, insurer can breathe

Amir Khan has had to cancel a training session after sustaining a back injury in a car crash which occurred when he was rear-ended by a drunk driver.

IRSA - the new PPI?

The interest rate swap agreement mis-selling scandal is expected to occupy the hours of many professional negligence lawyers' lives for some years to come, with the official compensation scheme worth some £2.5 billion – indeed, it has been estimated that the financial damage caused by mis-selling has already cost the UK around 25,000 jobs.

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Work injury and fatality figures for 2013

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is urging employers to pay more attention to the welfare of their staff in 2014.

Latest figures show that there were 1,923 serious work-related injuries sustained by employees in the East of England last year, and 16 fatalities.


Self-employed man might now claim for fall

A building maintenance company, based in Kent, has been prosecuted and fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after one of its contracted workers suffered personal injuries in a fall from height.


Michael Schumacher sustained ski accident head injury

Friends, family, and fans of Michael Schumacher are still waiting to see what the long-term effects of his skiing accident head injury might be after the incident on Sunday.


Garden grievance in Essex neighbour dispute

Two sets of neighbours are to have their long-running legal battle over land boundaries heard on appeal, the Telegraph reports.


Same-sex marriage sees speedy implementation in family law

According to a BBC report the first same-sex marriages will take place in England and Wales on 29 March 2014.


Mandatory Early Conciliation Scheme in employment law 2014

As the year comes to a close employment lawyers and employers around the country will start to take stock of relevant changes to legislation which will come into force in 2014.