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News  |  01:03:23
RWK Goodman advises Savanti Limited on acquisition by FSP Consulting Services Limited
We have advised the  shareholders of Savanti Limited on the sale of the company to FSP Consulting Services Limited. Savanti provides cyber security consultancy services including strategy, security leadership, architecture design and security risk...
An Easy Divorce - Myth or Reality - RWK Goodman
Opinion  |  27:02:23
An Easy Divorce – Myth or Reality?
Did you know, you can now apply for divorce online? Maria Mulroe, Partner and Family law Solicitor with RWK Goodman tells us more....
Podcast  |  23:02:23
Could AI replace lawyers? – and other implications of AI chatbots | Legal Thinking Podcast
 You can also listen to our podcast on your podcast platform of choice – find it here > Welcome to this episode. In today’s episode, we are talking about AI and the law...
Case Study  |  20:02:23
Successful claim for former Ewins Brothers and George Wimpey employee who developed asbestos-related disease
Roger Stevens was employed by Ewins Brothers (Contractors) Limited between 1972/73 and 1975/76. During his employment he worked on the construction of a council estate in Bognor Regis, building houses and flats. Mr Stevens...
Opinion  |  20:02:23
Avoiding Discrimination when Recruiting
The duties of an employer not to discriminate against, victimise or harass a person are not confined to those purely in employment but extends to cover a wide category of relationships within the employment...
Pregnancy and family bill
Opinion  |  17:02:23
The Pregnancy and Family Leave bill: A step closer to becoming law?
On 3 February, the Protection from Redundancy (Pregnancy and Family Leave) Bill passed successfully through the House of Commons, moving one step closer to becoming law.
Opinion  |  16:02:23
The impact of racism within NHS maternity care
Kerstin Scheel takes a look at how the NHS is addressing inequalities in maternity healthcare that have been raised in recent years.
Opinion  |  14:02:23
Can journalists access and report on my family law hearing? A new pilot scheme says yes they can
As of Monday 30 January 2023, a new pilot scheme allowing journalists to access and report on certain family law hearings has started in Cardiff, Carlisle and Leeds. Reporting in Family Court is something...
Case Study  |  14:02:23
Inquest into prison death raises significant concerns over health provision and duty of candour
Ali Cloak and Holly Sumbler acted for a family in an inquest into the death of a man at HMP Lowdham Grange (referred to here as C), where the jury returned a conclusion of...
Opinion  |  13:02:23
Spring Fair Revisited – New show, new business or same old?
Last week (5-7 Feb 2023) my colleagues and I attended the Spring Fair at Birmingham NEC as part of the NAJ Team and independently visiting those clients exhibiting at the International Trade Fair. Now...
Opinion  |  10:02:23
The Tate: a modern nuisance?
Green belt land with housing development creeping in on the edges
Opinion  |  09:02:23
Applying for adverse possession over unregistered land – what you need to know
The rules relating to adverse possession over unregistered land can be complicated. Below is a simple and brief summary of the relevant steps one needs to take when applying for adverse possession over unregistered...
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