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Rugby Star’s Image Bulldozed By Builder

The former Wales and Lions winger, Shane Williams, has found that his image is being used by a builder to endorse his business. Mr. Taylor, the owner of TMW Roofline, has been using Mr. Williams’ photos on his van and business website without Mr. Williams’ express permission.

Roger Federer vs Nike: Match Point?

Roger Federer is arguably one of the most recognisable and famous tennis players of this generation. Having won 20 Grand Slam singles titles, more than any other male player in history, and holding the world no. 1 spot in the ATP rankings for a record total of 310 weeks; his accolades speak for themselves. For…
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Fresh study adds weight to calls for no-fault divorce

New research highlighted in The Times today suggests that UK couples are increasingly ‘alleging fault’ in their efforts to obtain speedy divorces.

Mortgage approvals soar to highest since September

New figures published by UK Finance in recent days reveal that mortgage approvals hit a nine-month high in June.

FAZE Apparel sues eSports organisation FaZe Clan over trade mark infringement

A clothing company based in San Francisco, FAZE Apparel, is suing the popular and successful eSports organisation FaZe Clan over the latter’s use of the word “Faze” on clothing items sold by the eSports team.

Could your family benefit from a deed of variation?

UK families are being urged to consider the benefits of setting up a deed of variation (DOV), which may be able to help families to resolve difficult Inheritance Tax (IHT) issues after the death of a loved one.

British superstar singer, Ed Sheeran, sues musician over ‘loss of royalties’ amid copyright dispute

Over the last few days, reports have emerged that English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has launched a lawsuit against little-known musician Sam Chokri after losing out on royalty payments for his hit song, Shape Of You.

First six months of 2018 see a boom in mergers and acquisitions among UK financial services firms

A new study carried out by accountancy firm EY has found that 83 deals valued at £12 billion were conducted in the financial services sector in the first half of this year.

Employers urged to do more to tackle age discrimination

Age discrimination is becoming a serious problem in UK workplaces, as too many employers are operating “outdated” and “inflexible” employment models, a new report claims.

Specialist legal advice crucial when drafting a Will

Families are being reminded to always seek specialist legal advice when setting up a Will, in order to avoid unforeseen fees or complications later down the line.