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Feature - ‘til retirement do us part

Divorce in later life is sadly a modern day reality with recent official statistics showing a rise in marriage breakdowns in the over 60s.

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Top Ten Tips on staying on the right side of employment law for employers who are merging, acquiring or winning new business

Consolidation is a hot topic as businesses strive for growth and competitive edge. Employers should ensure however, that they stay on the right side of TUPE Regulations which govern how employees are transferred to avoid the risk of a tribunal being brought against them.

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A short guide to taking in a lodger

If you are a homewoner considering renting out a room in your home, the Linder Myers Conveyancing department has created a short guide with some handy advice on how to protect your interests and maximise return.

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Till our 60s do us part – the rise of the silver divorce

The number of divorces for the over 60s in England & Wales is on the rise. While the fact that people are living longer has been cited as the most likely explanation for this trend, it doesn’t quite paint the full picture. With the stigma of divorce now no longer a factor, the financial freedom [...]

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Medical Innovation Bill: is a lack of innovation or a lack of investment the biggest barrier to finding a cure for cancer?

Last year advertising guru Lord Saatchi introduced the Medical Innovation Bill which aims to prevent doctors being held liable for medical negligence if they test experimental new cancer treatments on patients. Losing his wife to a rare form of cancer in 2011, Lord Saatchi believes that the current regulations surrounding cancer treatment,  and the threat [...]

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New ‘duty of candour’ regulations aim to raise standards of medical care

In December last year I wrote about Government plans to push ahead with the implementation of a ‘duty of candour’ in the standard NHS contract. Defined as the volunteering of relevant information to individuals who have been harmed (or indeed who may have been harmed) through the provision of services, it is hoped that the [...]

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Step-by-step guide to pursuing a medical negligence claim

Medical Negligence

To help sufferers of medical negligence and their families understand how they can pursue their claim for compensation, and gain access to the financial and medical support they deserve, our Medical Negligence team has created a short step-by-step guide for pusuing a medical negligence claim.

Personal Injury Professional Negligence Claims

Committed to upholding the standards of our profession, if you believe you have been let down by a solicitor in a personal injury case and have lost out financially as a result, contact us today to find out more about how we can help you make a claim for compensation.

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Shirley Webb

Shirley Webb

Legal Assistant

Shirley Webb is a Legal Assistant in the Commercial Property department of Linder Myers Solicitors in Manchester.

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