Solicitors in Leicester, Blaby, Market Harborough, Syston and Coalville


Call Now: 0116 255 18 11

facebook-imgtwitter-imgyoutube-imglinkedin-imggplus-img

The Legal Issues of removing videos from Youtube, Facebook and Twitter

The legal issues of removing video content from Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media Josiah Hincks’ Intellectual Property Solicitors in Leicester, were recently instructed on an urgent basis to seek the removal of a video from Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media sites. We successfully had the offending video removed...

Contract Arbitrations and Satellite Litigation – High Court Ruling

Arbitration proceedings are supposed to be a cost-effective and binding means of resolving contract disputes – however, they are all too often productive of satellite litigation. That was certainly so in one case in which the appointment of an arbitrator to a panel of three was so contentious as to require two High Court hearings. A company had settled...

The Trade Union Act 2016

The Trade Union Act 2016, which makes a number of changes to the way in which industrial action is organised, came into force on 1 March 2017. The Act amends the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, including Section 226 on the requirement to hold a ballot before any trade union action. Under the new regime, a majority vote in favour of...

How to Value Company Shares – Court of Appeal Guidance

Valuing shares is notoriously difficult and is generally a matter of taking a reasonable view of what a hypothetical buyer might pay. That was the approach taken by the Court of Appeal in putting a price on a minority shareholding in a holiday park. Following a falling out between the four equal shareholders in the company that owned the park, one of them (the...

Property Investor Must Pay £120,400 Estate Agency Commission

It may come as a surprise to some property owners that estate agency fees are often payable regardless of whether a buyer is introduced by the agency concerned. A property investor found that out the hard way after the Court of Appeal found him liable to pay a £120,400 commission on the £6.8 million sale of a country estate. The investor had agreed to an...

High Court Unravels £17 Million Bank Fraud

Deceit has a way of catching up with you and that certainly happened in one High Court case in which the owner of a chain of luxury hotels and a dishonest bank employee paid in full for perpetrating an audacious multi-million-pound fraud. The businessman’s companies had, over a sustained period, received £17 million in unauthorised loans from a bank. The...