- August 26th, 2016
- Comments Off on Harassment and the Law
Following a recent case we dealt with it is a useful exercise to review some of the law relating to harassment. What is harassment? Harassment claims are governed by the Protection from Harassment Act 1997. To be regarded as harassment…
- July 5th, 2016
- Comments Off on Avoiding litigation at all costs – top tips..
Disputes in business are, unfortunately, inevitable for the vast majority of businesses at some point. Litigation is inherently risky, stressful and time consuming and more often than not, expensive. With the recent (further) increase in Court fees, litigation should…
- October 27th, 2015
- Comments Off on The Perils of the Litigant in Person
Michael McDonnell of Cohen Cramer Solicitors looks at the perils that await those who chose to represent themselves in court. Recent cuts in the level of funding for legal aid and assistance has, not surprisingly, resulted in many people…
- October 7th, 2015
- Comments Off on Transferring property as a gift – are you sure????
Nicola White of Cohen Cramer Solicitors looks at the pitfalls of being generous without being clever. As a legal practice with recognised expertise in such matters we are regularly contacted by people considering transferring property to their children. Their…