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30 August 2011

Unfair Contract Terms

A recent High Court decision has implications for businesses that impose minimum contract terms and early termination charges on consumers. The court found that ... Read more...

24 August 2011

O'Neill Patient NASDAL Members

National Association of Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) O'Neill Patient have long since been members of the National Association of Dental Accountants ( ... Read more...

23 August 2011

Consumer remedies when buying faulty goods

Replacement of installed faulty consumer goods Businesses selling consumer goods will not be pleased by a recent European Court of Justice decision concerning t ... Read more...

16 August 2011

Administration: Out of court appointments

Company directors must ensure that they act in accordance with the company's articles of association when deciding to appoint administrators. The High Court has ... Read more...

15 August 2011

Time Off Work for Dependants

There have been relatively few decisions on the exercise of an employee's right to take time off work to deal with situations affecting their dependants. A rece ... Read more...

9 August 2011

Break Clauses in Leases

A Court of Appeal decision highlights the risks for commercial tenants of failing to correctly exercise the break clause in their lease. In this case, the tenan ... Read more...

8 August 2011

O'Neill Patient awarded Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation

Quality Assured O'Neill Patient is proud to have become one of the first law firms in the country to be accredited under the Law Society's highly respected Conv ... Read more...

2 August 2011

High Speed Rail Links

High Speed Rail Link "HS2": Implications for Property Purchasers The proposed high speed rail link between London and the West Midlands, commonly referred to as ... Read more...

27 July 2011

Doorstep Selling: Avoiding the Pitfalls

Businesses involved in doorstep selling often find themselves accused of using misleading sales practices to secure contracts (for example, an energy company ha ... Read more...

21 July 2011

Duty to provide a reference

Providing a reference Case law has established that where a business provides a reference, it owes the employee in question a duty to take reasonable care when ... Read more...

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