New data from the Home Office has indicated that 91 per cent of crimes in England and Wales go unpunished. In the twelve months to March, only nine per cent of crimes recorded resulted in suspects being charged or summonsed.
Company directors which allow companies to go insolvent to avoid debts will now face harsh sanctions, the Insolvency Service has announced.
A group of engineers who were dismissed without notice when the company they worked for went into administration have been awarded 90 days’ pay at an Employment Tribunal.
Last week, legendary singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin passed away at the age of 76, leaving behind no Will documenting what should happen to her estate.
The Start Up Loan scheme has provided funding to more than 55,000 entrepreneurs since the launch of the programme in 2012, new figures reveal.
The Government is planning to roll out a nationwide scheme in which criminals suffering from mental illness, alcoholism and drug addiction will be moved away from prison into compulsory treatment as an alternative to short sentences.
Generous clients and hardworking lawyers from the private client team at Coventry and Kenilworth-based Mander Hadley Solicitors, have together raised more than £2,000 for two very worthy local causes. In May, the firm held a ‘Make a Will Week’ in
What should you do in the event of a cyber-attack in the age of GDPR? Security firm Forcepoint recently ran an exercise to highlight the potential dangers.
Re-mortgage approvals increased by 37,400 in June, as homeowners moved to secure attractive fixed-rate deals ahead of the Bank of England’s (BoE) much-anticipated interest rate increase.
Having a legally-recognised Will in place is vital to ensuring that your estate is passed on in line with your wishes and expectations when you die.