The introduction of the digital divorce application process has helped reduced administrative errors from forty per cent to one per cent, new figures have shown.
Eviction hearings are resuming in courts in England and Wales, with the most serious cases given priority, following a six-month ban on proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Football’s governing body FIFA has threatened legal action against Walking Football World Cup organisers, over their name and logos.
More than £10 million in new funding will be invested into the development and maintenance of domestic abuse charities and services across England, it has been announced.
Entering into a surrogacy arrangement is a process that takes a lot of legal consideration and specialist legal advice, and a new Will a key document to put in place before the child is born.
The Government has rejected calls to extend parental leave and pay because of the coronavirus pandemic, stating that it would result in additional burden being placed on employers at a difficult time.
Newcastle United are poised to take legal action in their ongoing dispute with the Premier League over the attempted takeover of the club by a Saudi-led consortium.
Though firms have taken measures such as pay cuts and sabbaticals to avoid redundancies, experts predict that one in three employers will inevitably have to make job cuts by the end of September 2020.
Innovate UK, the country’s start-up accelerator, has launched its four-year plan setting out its strategy to promote business growth.
More than 1.2 million Government-guaranteed loans worth £52.7 billion have now been delivered to businesses affected by Covid-19, the latest figures have revealed.
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