With the Defamation Act 2013 likely to start bringing “new style” defamation cases into the courtroom next year, now is a good time to take a look at what is, and what is not, defamation in the United Kingdom. The new Defamation Act changes a lot of what was considered defamation; reduces the potential for […]
With only 10 months to go before Scotland votes on whether to secede from the United Kingdom, rumours are already spreading of a change to the national flag. Do we need one?
Contracts are legal documents created to demonstrate an agreement on behalf of two parties to undertake a certain endeavour. The subject of the contract can be anything from buying a newspaper to building the Large Hadron Collider.
If you’ve ever found when trying take something back to the shop that they won’t give you a refund, read on.
While the majority of negligence lawyers in the UK are now well aware of the neighbour principle in establishing a duty of care, this was not always the case.
Always remember that you have the right to reject their offers and get your gold back, no questions asked.
With the advent of the Companies Act 2006, it has become even simpler to set up a new limited company than ever before.
The lawyers acting for the defence of three Labour MPs who have been charged in the expenses scandal have raised the question of using Parliamentary Privilege as a defence against their prosecution.
In 2006 the incredibly successful novel The Da Vinci Code was at the centre of a major lawsuit.
A question that pops up time and time again on the Internet is to do with unfulfilled orders from various websites. Either orders go unfulfilled, or only part of the goods that were ordered is actually delivered. People want to know what their rights are in this situation, and what remedies they can ask for – and rightly so. Well, here’s the answer.