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Drink and Drug Driving Law Information in Leicestershire for Christmas 2015

The Christmas 2015 festive season will see the annual police initiative to crack down on drink drivers.  Driving and motoring offences have particularly serious consequences for Company Directors and Business Owners, for whom our Business Defence Solicitors typically act. It may be that you find yourself on the receiving end of a request to provide a roadside...

Free Legal Clinics in Leicestershire Libraries 2016

We are delighted to be able to continue holding free legal clinics in Libraries across Leicestershire. At the following dates and locations, you can meet with an experienced member of staff who will be able to provide you with free legal assistance without any obligation.   Syston Library Monday 11 January...

Guidance on Recruiting and Retaining Transgender Employees

The Government has published guidance, produced in partnership with Inclusive Employers, a membership organisation for employers looking to build inclusive workplaces, designed to provide employers with practical advice, suggestions and ideas on the recruitment and retention of transgender employees and potential employees. It is also a useful guide for the...

Mock Tudor Castle Farmer Receives Jail Warning

Defiance of planning laws does not go unpunished and the courts will not relent until compliance is achieved. In one case, a farmer who built a mock Tudor castle in the green belt without planning consent was handed a three-month suspended jail term for his repeated failure to demolish it. The farmer hid the four-bedroom property behind hay bales for four years...

Cross-Border Commercial Disputes – The Risk of Conflicting Decisions

Cross-border commercial disputes can often give rise to a risk that conflicting judicial decisions will be reached in different countries under different laws. However, a High Court ruling has underlined that, at least within the European Union (EU), rules are in place to prevent that happening. Two French companies and an English company, all of them involved...