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Former female RBS employee wins equal pay case

A former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) employee has won an equal pay case against the company, with Britain’s largest trade union, Unite, warning that they could be open to more claims.

Businessman claims his divorce ruling traps him in marriage

A Jewish businessman is accusing the Family Court of trapping him in his marriage after a divorce ruling leaves him stuck between family law and religious law.

Government announces new retail landlord register

The Government has announced a new register for retail landlords in the UK.

Increase in probate disputes down to DIY Wills

The increase in the number of probate disputes being heard at the High Court is being blamed on the increasing number of DIY Wills.

Video hearings to be trialled in domestic abuse cases

HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has announced that video hearings are set to be tested in domestic violence cases, in a bid to make the process easier for victims.

BBC accused of exploitation over an unpaid job advert

The BBC has been accused of exploitation following a job advertisement looking for seven candidates to work for free.

Housing transactions rise by four per cent

Housing transactions rose by four per cent in April compared with April 2018, according to latest figures.

Government announces lasting power of attorney safeguards

The Government has announced new safeguards for lasting power of attorney (LPAs).

Government urged to tackle maternity discrimination

The government has been urged to tackle maternity discrimination or face further increases in pregnant women and mothers being forced out of work.

What happens if I am caught up in a property dispute?

Whether you are a landlord, tenant or a homeowner, being involved in a property dispute can be a stressful and difficult time if you do not have the right advice to hand.