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We are pleased to welcome Samuel Willis to the team in our Norwich office. Sam studied law at the University of East Anglia, before taking the Bar Professional Training Course at BPP in London. He will be working for two days each week as a …

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Earlier this year, the Government announced an increase in the minimum amount of debt for which someone owed money can force a person into bankruptcy from £750 to £5000. This will come into force at the beginning of next month, on 1st October 2015. This …

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Neil Austin, Head of our Clinical Negligence Department has received Mrs Moughton’s permission to disclose her name and the details of the tragic and difficult case involving the death of her husband. Mrs Moughton of Great Yarmouth consulted Neil with regard to her concerns about …

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We all accept that medical professionals have a difficult job to do in assessing our symptoms, making the correct diagnosis, and providing appropriate treatment. But what can we do when the standard of care or treatment is so poor that it causes further injury and …

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The UK Government has recently set out proposals for a Small Business Commissioner to help small businesses resolve late payment disputes with larger companies. In July 2015, BACS reported that small and medium businesses are owed a total of £26.8 billion in overdue late payments …

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Currently in the news is the case of a Harrods employee who is claiming £1 million compensation after being sacked for eating a £7.50 slice of chocolate cake. Behind the snappy headlines the case sounds more serious… Restaurant Supervisor Juan Mackenzie, 35, was suspended from …