Monthly Archives: July 2016

Father Receives Compensation over Lack of Contact with Daughter

A father from Poland has been awarded compensation after the European Court of Human Rights ruled that Poland had breached Article 8 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights. The case concerned the contact rights of the applicant, … Continue reading

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Job Security Fears Following Brexit

Many employees have been left feeling vulnerable about their job security following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, a new survey by CIPD has found….http://www.klglaw.co.uk/News/Job-security-fears-following-brexit.html

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Browsing Property Websites is a Popular Pastime

As many as 63% of people in Britain admit to ‘window shopping’ online for homes that they have no intention of purchasing, according to a new study by Direct Line. A further 2.6 million self-confessed ‘property addicts’ say they browse … Continue reading

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