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Dangerous driving law could be extended to include cyclists

11th September 2017

An incident which led to the death of a pedestrian after they were hit by a bike has resulted in a debate over whether the existing law concerning dangerous driving should be amended to include cyclists. In…

Toblerone and Poundland in messy trademark battle

5th September 2017

The makers of the iconic Toblerone bar and Poundland have become embroiled in a battle over the former’s trademark rights, following the budget high street chain’s attempts to create a…

What are the best apps for lawyers?

29th August 2017

Whether you are already a practicing solicitor or a new graduate browsing our range of top lawyer jobs for the perfect role, the chances are that you will already be dependent on technology in your day-to-day life. …

The best restaurants for business lunches in London

22nd August 2017

If you are on the lookout for a top London restaurant to talk a little business, or to secure that much desired legal job, you might be a little overwhelmed by the sheer size and scope of the London food scene. There…

More recruitment companies offering staff unlimited holiday

15th August 2017

A new article published by a recruitment magazine has claimed that many more companies within the sector are offering unlimited holiday to new recruits – and warns of the consequences for those who are not…

New Data Protection Bill to expand digital rights

8th August 2017

The government announced yesterday (7 August) that it plans to introduce a new Data Protection Bill which will aim to improve and expand the rights of internet users to view and control their online personal data. …

How well do you know dog laws?

24th July 2017

We love our dogs in the UK and so many of us take great joy from their companionship, but when taking on the responsibility of owning one of these fantastic animals, it is important for us all to be aware of the law…

Warning of legal action over BBC gender pay divide

24th July 2017

The recent revelation that the BBC’s top-earning male stars are paid more than their female counterparts may create more work for lawyers, with several firms claiming that sex discrimination cases could be…