Top Legal Eagles Win fight With Industry Toughie

Having worked in legal case work, I have always been drawn to any reports of court cases and particularly employment tribunal issues to be doubly interesting.  It was with great satisfaction (secret of course) that I heard about a very important case recently involving a huge company with mixed clarity when it comes to their […]

Alcohol Prices Determined By Law

In the news at the moment there are all kinds of features about legal matters.   One today has been a ruling sent down from the Supreme Court which rejected an appeal from opposition to the scottish parliament’s desire to bring in a minimum level for the price of alchohol.  This does seem a rather strange […]

Employment Law Claims Need Legal Advice

Employment law changes have really been slow coming through since the biggest major change in 2013.  Lots of changes cam about then – including the intoduction of Fees to bring a claim in the trinunal.  It was quite hefty too for a complex claim with more than one jurisdiction.  For example, unfair dismissal claims are […]

Gunpowder Plot – Major Legal Objection

Remember, remember the 5th of november, gunpowder treason and plot . . .. . . .   gosh if there was ever a case for really understanding the laws of the land, this half baked plot must be it.  At this time of year we tend to overlook the penny for the guy kind of pocket […]

Old Rumpole Knew His Law

Getting a training contract to become a solictor or a barrister is the most complicated and challenging thing that a law student can possibly have a go at.  Having spent years achieving the best possible in law, the next few hurdles can be a shock.  It is not possible to become a barrister without going […]

A Little Bit Of Old England Revitalised

I had the wonderful opportunity of spending time right out in the middle of the countryside – having had lunch with some friends who own a cottage literally at the end of a farmer’s track, they are surrounded by fields – all arable.  Where, you are quite right in thinking, is there any connection with […]