Card transaction fees: no small change
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Card transaction fees: no small change

Article by Naomh Gibson Business owners and merchants, whether of small, medium or large entities, will be aware of multilateral interchange...
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Can I appeal a Judge’s decision for their behaviour?
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Can I appeal a Judge’s decision for their behaviour?

Article by Naomh Gibson There are a number of reasons why individuals may choose to represent themselves as a ‘litigant in...
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[UPDATE] Can I refuse to teach or work in a school?
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[UPDATE] Can I refuse to teach or work in a school?

Article by Naomh Gibson The role of a teacher is something which is often the subject of debate in education. Certainly,...
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Revised admissions appeals procedure approved
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Revised admissions appeals procedure approved

Article by Naomh Gibson As per our earlier article, the Government has now updated their guidance on how primary and secondary...
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Law in the time of COVID-19: making a successful winding up petition
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Law in the time of COVID-19: making a successful winding up petition

Article by Naomh Gibson On 23 April 2020, the Government announced emergency measures to protect commercial tenants, to include a moratorium...
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Admissions appeals still going ahead subject to revised procedure
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Admissions appeals still going ahead subject to revised procedure

Article by Naomh Gibson While the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and schools currently remain closed, families who have been carefully planning...
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Can a civil injunction stop me protesting?
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Can a civil injunction stop me protesting?

Article by Tony Muman and Naomh Gibson The United Kingdom has a proud history of protest movements, from the Suffragette...
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Is a handed-down judgment always final?
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Is a handed-down judgment always final?

Article by Tony Muman and Naomh Gibson It is common practice in civil litigation following a trial of the issues...
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Domestic abuse and the COVID-19 lockdown
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Domestic abuse and the COVID-19 lockdown

Article by Emma Weaver The world is currently in the midst of a pandemic and many countries have taken steps...
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Law in the time of COVID-19: Changes to wrongful trading laws
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Law in the time of COVID-19: Changes to wrongful trading laws

Article by Naomh Gibson Wrongful trading is a statutory offence under Section 214 and Section 246ZB of the Insolvency Act...
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