Archive | June, 2016

DISPUTE RESOLUTION SOLICITORS CORNWALL

We are a specialist advice & litigation firm noted for commercial litigation with significant expertise in professional negligence, employment disputes, property disputes and dispute resolution. Our specialised litigation lawyers have extensive experience of representing clients in a wide range of commercial disputes. Our litigation clients include entrepreneurs, SMEs and plcs. Most businesses at some point […]

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PROPERTY DISPUTE SOLICITOR CORNWALL: Joint owners of property who live together may still override a declaration of trust as to their rights

Even where there is a properly executed deed of trust on joint ownership the general rule that it is conclusive of the beneficial rights subsisting under a trust of land can be overturned. Usually the law permits few exceptions to the general rule that if the trust deed is a properly executed deed of trust […]

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PERSONAL INJURY SOLICITOR CORNWALL – What you need to know

Different types of accident lead to different types of injury. Some Personal Injury accidents will result in injuries that are complex, such as Brain and Spinal injuries, Asbestosis Disease and Clinical and Dental Negligence. Often Personal Injury claims are referred to according to the type of accident, such as a Road Traffic Collision or a Public Liability case or Accident […]

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Civil and Commercial Litigation Lawyers Cornwall – Here to Help

Our Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution Solicitors act for businesses of all sizes supplying advice and representation in relation to a wide range of disputes, including:   Breach of Directors’ duties. Shareholder disputes. Partnership disputes. Property disputes & litigation. Civil Fraud claims, Freezing Orders/Asset Recovery. Construction disputes. Defamation and Privacy Law. Financial Services disputes. Insurance disputes. […]

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWYER CORNWALL: Lawyers no longer at risk of being sued

The government has set out plans to adopt proposals that will mean lawyers will no longer be at risk from being sued personally for making threats when pursuing breaches of intellectual property rights. The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Bill, announced in the Queen’s speech, adopts recommendations from the Law Commission to reform the law on […]

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EMPLOYMENT LAWYER TRURO: Can employees expect privacy in malicious emails sent to colleagues?

In Garamukanwa v Solent NHS Trust, the employee argued that his employer’s reliance on private material provided to them by the police breached his rights under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights – the right to respect for private and family life, home and his correspondence. The EAT, however, upheld an employment […]

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