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Stuart Bramley

Posted 20 February 2019
by Stuart Bramley .

New sepsis test could show results ‘in minutes’

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Researchers at the University of Strathclyde are developing a new rapid test for earlier diagnosis of sepsis. With reference to the BBC News article, Stuart Bramley, a medical negligence Partner at Tozers, observes – “Although there are occasional announcements of…

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Tracy Lambert

Posted 13 February 2019
by Tracy Lambert .

Reform of UK Divorce Law – No-Fault Divorce

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Following the consultation launched in autumn 2018, the government has announced its commitment to reforming divorce law in the next Parliamentary session scheduled to start in May 2019. The reforms will remove the need for couples to wait 2 years…

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Nick Conner

Posted 12 February 2019
by Nick Conner .

Purchase reservation agreements

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Aside from being gazumped, one of the worst-fears of a party to a property transaction is the other side getting cold feet and pulling out at the last moment without good reason. One way to mitigate against this is for…

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Aimee Aspinall

Posted 11 February 2019
by Aimee Aspinall .

Questionnaires in Financial Remedy Proceedings

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To prepare for the First Appointment in Financial Remedy Proceedings, each party must file with the Court and serve on the other party a Questionnaire in respect of their Financial Disclosure (Form E). When completing the Form E, the parties…

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