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Employers’ Duty to Keep Records Relating to the National Minimum Wage and TUPE

Employers have a duty to keep sufficient records to establish that their workers have received the national minimum wage. These records must be kept for thre...

Rise in Infant Mortality Rates for Third Year in a Row

Data recently published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that, for the third consecutive year, infant mortality rates in England and Wales h...

The Rise in Number of ‘Rowing Parents’ Representing Themselves

In 2013 the government implemented plans to remove all legal aid available in respect of family matters; apart from people who have been victims of dome...

The Government May Consider Amending the Legislation Regarding the Use of Mobile Phones Whilst Driving

The High Court recently handed down judgment in the case of Ramsey Barreto - a case involving the use of handheld mobiles when driving.

Barreto bec...

Lanyon Bowdler Scoops Top Prize for Best Military Window Display

During the lead up to Armed Forces Day, Shropshire Council encouraged businesses in Shrewsbury to decorate their windows with a milit...

Lanyon Bowdler Attend Kidz to Adultz Wales & West 2019

During my first week at Lanyon Bowdler, I had the pleasure of attending the Kidz to Adultz Wales & West exhibition in Bristol, hosted by Disabled Living,...

Calls to Reform Surrogacy Laws

The Law Commission has recently published its surrogacy consultation paper: ‘Building families through surrogacy: a new law’. Sir Nicholas Green,...

The Discount Rate

On 15 July 2019 the Lord Chancellor announced a new discount rate of -0.25% for all personal injury and clinical negligence claims. The Association of Britis...

Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme Abolishment of “Same Roof Rule”

In 1964 the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme was introduced to compensate innocent victims for crimes of violence. However, victims of violent crimes, w...

Serious Injury Guide

I was delighted to have the opportunity to attend the Serious Injury Guide stakeholder workshop follo...

The DVLA and Fitness to Drive

The DVLA can revoke a person’s driving licence for medical reasons, so it’s important to keep them updated on any illnesses that can affect your...

Understanding Pathological Fatigue

With Action for Brain Injury Week having just gone, I wanted to take a look at some of the daily struggles people with brain injury have to overcome.

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08 May 2016

A Mother Talks About the Challenges Faced Due to Cerebral Palsy Following a Birth Injury

Her daughter from Shropshire was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy following a birth injury, Lanyon Bowdler are working w...

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