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Tozers’ Ten Top Tips for Trustees

Posted on 25th October 2019 in Charities and Social Enterprise

In our final instalment of guidance in Charity Fraud Awareness week we offer some practical advice on keeping your charity safe.

Posted by

Amy Laver

Associate and Solicitor

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Erb’s Palsy Awareness Week 2019 – Looking Forward

Posted on 25th October 2019 in Medical Negligence

Over the last 25 years we’ve been bringing claims for compensation for children who have suffered Erb’s Palsy injuries at birth, successfully recovering compensation for more than 140 children.

Posted by

Simon Mansfield

Partner and Solicitor

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Erb’s Palsy Awareness Week 2019 ‘Then and Now’ – Chris’ Story

Posted on 24th October 2019 in Medical Negligence

My name is Chris, I’m 19 years old. When I was being born my left shoulder became stuck.  The process of trying to overcome this left me with a severe group 4 brachial plexus injury.  According to my records, the nerve roots in my entire brachial plexus were ruptured or avulsed. Essentially my left arm was paralysed, and I was considered one armed.  My left arm is also a lot shorter than the right one.

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Endurance Arthur

Partner and Solicitor

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Erb’s Palsy Awareness Week 2019 ‘Then and Now’ – Gavin’s Story

Posted on 23rd October 2019 in Medical Negligence

My name is Gavin and I have a right Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injury, commonly known as Erb’s Palsy, an injury I’ve had since birth. My right arm has an impaired range of movement, reduced strength, endurance and sensation, however I’ve tried not to allow myself to be defined by my injury or let it prevent me from enjoying things.

Posted by

Endurance Arthur

Partner and Solicitor

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Cybercrime – Are Your Systems Strong Enough?

Posted on 23rd October 2019 in Charities and Social Enterprise

The second of our articles this Charity Fraud Awareness Week focusses on the challenges for charities protecting themselves against cybercrime.

Posted by

Amy Laver

Associate and Solicitor

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Erb’s Palsy Awareness Week 2019 ‘Then and Now’ – Kirsty’s story

Posted on 22nd October 2019 in Medical Negligence

Hello everyone, I’m Kirsty. I have left a grade 3 Erb’s Palsy, with pretty limited movement and very limited strength. I’ve had four operations to improve the function in my arm, which have helped. Erb’s Palsy is part of my life, but I think it’s one of the least interesting things about me; and hopefully you’ll agree with me once I tell you more!

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Clair Hemming

Partner and Solicitor

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Erb’s Palsy Group Awareness Week 2019

Posted on 21st October 2019 in Medical Negligence

To raise awareness of Erb’s Palsy and to support the Erb’s Palsy Group we are running a series of articles this week written by young people who have the condition, entitled “Then and Now”.

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Clair Hemming

Partner and Solicitor

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Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019 – It could happen to you

Posted on 21st October 2019 in Charities and Social Enterprise

Today marks the start of the Fraud Advisory Panel’s Charity Fraud Awareness Week and in the first of our series of articles focusing on fraud in the charity sector we ask…

Posted by

Amy Laver

Associate and Solicitor

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What To Do If You Change Your Mind About Divorce

Posted on 05th October 2019 in Family Law

You can change your mind about divorce and cancel the proceedings, providing both parties agree. If you reconcile at any stage, even after the pronouncement of the Decree Nisi (the middle stage of the divorce), you can ask the Court to rescind the decree and dismiss the petition. This would give the effect of the petition never having been issued. This does, however, mean if the reconciliation does not work out and you do wish to pursue a divorce, you will need to issue a new petition and start the process from the beginning.

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Ricky Noble

Paralegal

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I struggled to do my mum justice at her inquest – BBC News

Posted on 01st October 2019 in Medical Negligence

Becky’s mum, Julie suffered with her mental health ever since Becky was a baby. Up until the day she died, Julie tried to get the help she desperately needed.

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Stuart Bramley

Partner and Solicitor

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CCTV regulations – what are your obligations?

Posted on 25th September 2019 in Parks

It is common practice for park owners to install CCTV systems within their parks. However, we are also seeing holiday caravan owners and residential homeowners install their own private CCTV systems. In this article, we break down what you need to know about CCTV laws for holidays & residential parks.

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Paul Kelly

Partner and Solicitor

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Class Q Prior Approval Applications – are extensions of time allowed?

Posted on 13th August 2019 in Planning and Licensing

Can you agree to an extension of time in a Class Q (agricultural buildings to dwellinghouse) prior approval application?

Posted by

Kelly Burns

Solicitor