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Marital coercion – an unfair anachronism?

Today James Green looks at the defence of marital coercion.  James is grateful to Mohsin Shabbir for his assistance with this article. “Huhne-gate”Vicky Pryce, the former wife of Energy Secretary Chris Huhne was, earlier this year, found guilty of perverting…

Should court proceedings be televised?

Today, a paralegal named Jessica Bass looks at implications of televising court proceedings. On Valentine’s Day 2013, Oscar Pistorius, Olympic and Paralympic athlete, shot dead his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at the home they shared together in Pretoria, South Africa.…

Overseas client satisfied

 Recently Lee Silk acted on behalf of an overseas client. Proceedings were issued against our client to recover sums owed pursuant to a written contract. A favourable settlement was achieved at an early stage which meant that our client paid…

Multi track personal injury claim won

Earlier this month we settled a multi-track personal injury claim arising from an accident at work for over £40,000.  The claim settled once court proceedings had been issued but prior to a trial being listed to be heard.

Equality Act claim resolved

 One of the solicitors from our High Wycombe office recently settled an Equality Act claim where disability discrimination was alleged.  Further details cannot be provided for confidentiality reasons.

Statutory Demand set aside

 Late last week we were successful in setting aside a Statutory Demand which had been served upon one of our clients in a relation to a dispute which we argued was disputed.  The party who presented the Statutory Demand has…

A new summer signing!

 We would like to welcome Helen Duthie who joined the firm today to assist the firm’s family law department.  Helen has been specialising in family law for many years and has a wealth of experience and skills which will greatly…