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March 2013

Does Compensation Have to be Spent on Medical Expenses?

March 28, 2013 Compensation

Post providing thoughts on the topical question, does compensation gained from a successful personal injury claim have to be spent on medical expenses? With the forthcoming introduction of the ban on referral fees, it seems pretty obvious that the government is determined to crack down on what it sees as the ‘compensation culture’. The rights […]

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Economic problems continue but insolvencies fall – what gives?

March 13, 2013 Business

Guest post regarding the current economic climate and corporate insolvencies. One of the features of the current economic climate is that there is so much conflicting data and opinions about what’s really happening. Searching for economic news on any given day, you will probably find one survey or another which will suggest that the worst […]

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Child welfare and divorce – what’s really best for the kids?

March 1, 2013 Family Law

We are pleased to welcome a family law blogger, who pens the following post on the important legal subject of child welfare and divorce. The Government has announced plans to reform the law in relation to how child arrangements are resolved when parents separate. It would like the courts to adopt a presumption that the […]

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Legal skills – transferable or not ?

March 1, 2013 Law

We are pleased to welcome Evolved Legal, who have written this post on the transferability of legal skills against the backdrop of change in the legal market. The legal market is in flux and times have never been harder in living memory for many experienced and qualified lawyers, let alone the thousands of wannabe lawyers […]

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