Clarion regularly advise on statutory will applications and this blog aims to summarise this area of mental capacity law.
Mr Justice Ryder has provided us with a sixth update in respect of the progress of the Family Justice Modernisation Programme. In the published update, he explained that he has sketched out a two year timetable for the Family Justice Modernisation Progr…
The conduct of bankers remains in the spotlight as yet another scandal hits the British banking industry this time over the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products.
A short update on the government's responses to the Family Justice Review's recommendations for change.
The most recent analysis of endeavours obligations by the Courts is the case of Jet2.com Ltd v Blackpool Airport Ltd where the Court of Appeal held that the airport could not escape its obligation to use its best endeavours because it was not profitable…
According to current figures from the Office of National Statistics, there were 20 million people in the UK aged over 50 in 2003. This is expected to increase to 27.2 million by 2031. In 2008, 19.1% of the population in Yorkshire was over retirem…
It makes sound HR sense to formulate a plan that set out your organisation’s approach to the games.
Sarah Tahamtani, partner in the employment team at Clarion, offers advice about how can small and medium sized businesses can avoid problems from the use of social networking.
Yorkshire is renowned for its high number of innovative and entrepreneurial companies, but what makes these businesses different? Richard Moran, head of the corporate and commercial practice at law firm Clarion, takes a look at some of the key characteri
Lawyers must consider how they will use IT in costs budgeting.
When can you show that a gender pay differential is due to historical grading based on skills and experience and not discrimination?
My supplier has failed to deliver a batch of components on time, as agreed in our contract. Now they are failing to respond to us. I could lose an order worth six figures. I want to avoid a dispute but I’m running out of time. What can I do?