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Rachael Morley

Posted 29 August 2017
by Rachael Morley .

The risks of Lasting Powers of Attorney…?

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You may have seen in the news recently that Denzil Lush, retired judge of the Court of Protection, has warned of the dangers of putting in place Lasting Powers of Attorney (‘LPAs’). He expressed his concerns about the ability of…

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Simon Sanger-Anderson

Posted 22 August 2017
by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

Writs and Notice

Where there is a possession order in place, and the tenant does not vacate the property, the Landlord’s next step is to seek a warrant for possession either in the County Court where the possession order was made or, following…

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Dan Griffin

Posted 16 August 2017
by Dan Griffin .

Will Brexit affect registered trade marks?

The Intellectual Property Office has published its views on how the UK leaving the EU will affect both UK and EU registered trade marks. The UK currently has (broadly) three types of trade mark: Its own national system known as…

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Amy Laver

Posted 10 August 2017
by Amy Laver .

Trustee remuneration – the good, the bad and the ugly

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On Tuesday, the Guardian dramatically claimed that the voluntary trustee model was “killing” charities. While Asheem Singh raised some valid points, his emphatic piece did seem reminiscent of a script from Mission Impossible, with Tom Cruise emerging from a pile…

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Endurance Arthur

Posted 10 August 2017
by Endurance Arthur .

Private GP accused of causing ‘avoidable’ death

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Methotrexate has a long history of use in the treatment of various immunologic diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. Although the drug is usually prescribed by a specialist, such as a Rheumatologist, a GP may assume responsibility for monitoring Methotrexate…

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