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Domestic Abuse Law Changes

Domestic Abuse as a crime is not always what springs to mind.

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Town 102 Local Hero Awards

Gotelee are pleased to be sponsoring these awards covering the Ipswich, Felixstowe, Woodbridge and East Suffolk areas.    Given our enthusiasm and passion for the local community, we are sponsoring the category, ‘Contribution to the Community’.

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Can a foetus be a victim of crime?

How a woman looks after herself during pregnancy is always a subject of debate to ensure the protection of the baby/foetus and guidance to mums-to-be changes regularly. When does ignoring this guidance turn into a criminal act?

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Can a court re-write a restrictive covenant?

If a restrictive covenant has been badly drafted such that it does not reflect what the parties clearly intended, can a court re-write it?

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Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority launches new Portal

From the 14th July anyone making an application online to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) will be invited to submit medical reports and other information such as photos through a new portal system.

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Spotlight on failing care homes

Failing care homes could be put into a similar failure regime as occurs with poorly performing hospitals.

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High Court decision helps to establish Asbestos victims’ work history

Individuals who have contracted mesothelioma need to be able to prove that their employment and working conditions were the cause of their illness if they are to successfully claim compensation for their injury.

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8 year old girl wins £5.5million in medical negligence claim

Medical negligence left an 11 month old girl brain damaged because of NHS delay in the diagnosis and treatment of meningitis.  She has won a settlement of her damages claim against the NHS Trust worth £5.5 million.

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Couple win rights to £3.5 million compensation from builders after their home burnt down

A couple in dispute with the builders of their home which caught fire and have won the right to full compensation for their loss.

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Should everyday be national care home day?

National Care Homes day gives them an opportunity to change some of the negative perception that surrounds them. Does one day undo all the negative press?

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