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With the current focus of the media on a number of sexual abuse and rape cases – Jimmy Savile, the NSPCC campaign and the appalling case in Delhi, it’s struck me how many people need better advice in relation to their legal rights if they have …

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Part Two: The Civil Procedure Rape victims should always be advised to consider the alternative of a civil claim for rape or sexual abuse; under the civil Tort of trespass to the person, for assault, battery and sometimes false imprisonment. Better Prospects The prospects of …

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Part Three: Costs and Compensation This is the third article in the four part series about sexual abuse and rape claims, if you’ve missed the first two you can find them here and here. If you need any further advice don’t hesitate to consult our Great Yarmouth …

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Very few people making a sexual abuse or rape claim are aware that there are two different options for them to take. We’ve already commented about Criminal Law and Civil Law in other articles in this series but how can you combine the two? As …

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It’s been a hectic year for employment law, and Business Secretary Vince Cable has certainly lived up to his promise of giving the rules and regulations an overhaul after his speech in November 2011. From pension auto-enrolment to the controversial ‘shares-for-rights’ scheme announced by Chancellor …

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It’s been a busy year for employment law, as the government continues their overhaul of the rules and regulations relating to employees. This article, from solicitors in Great Yarmouth, gives a brief overview, highlighting the top four changes of the year.   1. Employment Tribunal …