Topical legal content articles for marketing civil disputes law
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Forthcoming legal topics
Examples of the civil disputes topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
How to handle a call to pay under a personal guarantee
when you might be asked to provide a personal guarantee;
getting your guarantee agreement reviewed by a solicitor;
what happens if court action has been threatened? and
your liability, including how much you may have to pay.
Accidents in a care home: residents and visitors
- implications of an ageing population on care homes;
- types of accidents that can occur in care homes;
establishing a breach of duty of care; and
making a care home injury compensation claim.
Bloggers beware! A defamatory post could land you in court and cost you dearly
the three conditions for defamation;
legal defences against a claim for online defamation;
an example of a defamatory statement; and
- a look at the case of Wozniak & Kelly v Randall.
The dangers of pregnancy-related sepsis
- what is sepsis and some early symptoms;
- how it can affect women and their babies during pregnancy or soon after birth;
- evidence needed to prove negligence in care; and
- claiming compensation for maternal or post-partum sepsis.
Inheritance rights of children born outside of marriage
- restablishing your rights to secure your inheritance;
- what you will inherit where there is a will;
- steps to take where there is a will, but you are not mentioned; and
- rules of intestacy where there is no will.
Advice for leaseholders who are in dispute with their building manager
frequently asked questions when dealing with a building management dispute;
- referring your complaint through the management redress scheme;
- referring your dispute to the First Tier Tribunal; and
the benefits of resolving issues through mediation.