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Debts & Disputes
Are you a business owner plotting a course through the difficult economic conditions? A wide range of businesses can feel the pinch during a recession, and are therefore more likely to seek to extend credit terms to give themselves breathing space.
Restrictive covenants and implied duties – employers and employees beware
Starting a new job is, for most people, an exciting step forwards in terms of career progression. But it is important not to get too caught up in the excitement and neglect your continuing duties to your current (soon to be ex) employer.
The Future of Legal Services
The Legal Services Consumer Panel has recently issued their annual Tracker report highlighting the changes in the legal services market. The Panel researches and gathers information on the public’s attitude towards lawyers and views of consumers of legal services every year.
New Technology, Entertainment and Media team
Thursfields announces the formation of a new team dedicated to serving organisations working in the Technology, Entertainment and Media sectors.
Where There's A Will
Recent research suggests that almost 9 out of 10 people under the age of 35 do not have a Will, and neither do two-thirds of those between the ages of 35 and 54. What happens to the assets of these people on their death?
The New Children Act Provision – Any radical change?
In 2011, the Family Justice Review landmark report found that the family justice system was no system at all and that children’s needs were not being met. As such, we were promised a radical overhaul in the law to address this issue.
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