Why did the Chicken cross the road?

It’s of course unclear why a chicken would want to cross a road.  It’s also unclear why anyone would want to cross the road when you consider that in 2019, Read more…

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Posted on Feb 8th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Is it Credit Hire?

If you’ve been involved in a road traffic incident that wasn’t your fault it’s likely that your vehicle will have sustained damage as a result of the impact.  Whilst your Read more…

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Posted on Feb 1st, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

POST CONCUSSION SYNDROME

Post concussion syndrome can be a distressing and confusing condition. It’s often experienced by people who have had a blow to the head or who have suffered a minor head Read more…

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Posted on Jan 18th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Could a Constabulary use Officer’s WhatsApp message to bring misconduct proceedings?

In the recent case of BC & others v Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland & others, it was held that the Police Service of Scotland was entitled Read more…

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Posted on Jan 12th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Effects of Covid-19 on the human brain

Since early 2020 the world has had to come to grips with a new virus, how it is transmitted, how it can be treated and what damage it causes to Read more…

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Posted on Jan 12th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Dog ownership and the Animals Act 1971

Lockdown has fuelled the demand for pets, especially dogs, with many families taking on the responsibility of a four legged friend. Dogs demand responsibility, training, can be energetic and boisterous Read more…

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Posted on Jan 4th, 2021 by Anthony Heywood

Call for loot boxes to be regulated under gambling laws

The House of Lords Select Committee published its report on the Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry on 2nd July 2020. The report, which sets out a wide Read more…

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Posted on Dec 23rd, 2020 by Anthony Heywood

Ho Ho No? A legal Assessment of Father Christmas as an Employer

Whether you know him as Father Christmas, Santa Clause, Saint Nicholas or Sinterklaas, the benevolently perennial – if seasonally neurotic – gift giver has been operating for centuries and is Read more…

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Posted on Dec 21st, 2020 by Anthony Heywood

The Case of the Missing Will

Face v Cummingham & Anor [2020] EWHC 3119 (Ch): ‘If the late Sir Arthur Conan Doyle…were to write up the events which have led to this present, unhappy litigation, [it] Read more…

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Posted on Dec 7th, 2020 by Anthony Heywood

Inadequate PPE and Personal Injury

Key workers and those providing vital services to the country have done an incredible job during the Covid-19 pandemic keeping the country functioning. Many have been unable to work from Read more…

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Posted on Dec 7th, 2020 by Anthony Heywood

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