Essential reading

  • The costs of contesting a will

    It is often misconceived that costs in inheritance claims automatically come out of the estate. This is not necessarily true, there are two long established exceptions to this general rule.

  • The ethics of end of life care

    A recent legal case regarding resuscitation and a national audit carried out by the Royal College of Physicians in partnership with Marie Curie, have reopened the debate about end of life care for those dying in hospital

  • Interest Rate Hedging Products

    Interest Rate Hedging Products (“IRHPs”) were sold by banks with the intention of limiting exposure to interest rate variations. A recent case - Hockin v Masden - considers insolvent claimants.

Case studies

  • Saving employment costs for parcel carriers

    A prominent parcel delivery business based in the North of England was finding that margins were getting tighter and it was difficult to keep the business profitable with other rising prices such as fuel, and cost of borrowing.

  • Professional negligence claims against solicitors

    Pursuing a negligence claim against a solicitor can make good any losses caused by their negligent advice and it is not as complicated as you may think.

  • NHS compensation for the Kunigiskis family

    The family of a baby who died after hospital failings has won a five-figure pay-out. Daniel Kunigiskis died aged just four days after errors made at Warwick Hospital during the baby’s delivery.

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