Topical legal content articles for marketing civil disputes law
With a constant stream of case law emanating from the courts, frequent government consultations and new regulations coming into force, it is important to keep your website up to date for clients who are seeking legal advice.
A monthly subscription to the civil dispute resolution articles from the Berners legal content library will ensure that you have all the marketing content that your law firm needs to keep your website up to date, populate client newsletters and provide topical material for social media.
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Forthcoming legal topics
Examples of the civil disputes topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Private tenants and renting during the coronavirus
- a tenant’s liability to continue paying rent;
- receiving an eviction order or notice of possession proceedings;
- can landlords refuse to carry out property repairs? and
- can a landlord enter a rented property while the tenant is shielding?
Have you suffered from Covid-19 due to lack of PPE?
- outline of an employer’s duty of care to its employees;
- lack of provision of suitable personal protective equipment;
- claiming compensation for an infection at work; and
- making a claim if a relative dies of Covid-19
Coronavirus illness and travel FAQs
- cancelling package holidays and getting refunds;
- travel insurance policies;
- claiming compensation after being infected at a hotel; and
- considerations for travelling abroad in the future.
Could carelessness on social media land you in court?
- when you might face a claim;
- examples of legal claims for defamation;
- how to limit the damage; and
- when to seek urgent legal advice.
Your rights when a house share goes wrong
- circumstances surrounding house shares;
- your rights as a property owner;
- your rights as a lodger or tenant; and
- your rights where you are not an owner, a lodger or tenant.
Not so safe at work - compensation for an accident
- legal requirement on employers to provide duty of care;
- common accidents in the workplace:
- steps to take after an accident; and
- using a solicitor to obtain compensation.