Archived News from 2017

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December

Forbes News

Forbes Joins Association of Member-Directed Pension Schemes

06/12/17

Leading law firm Forbes Solicitors has enhanced its work in the pensions sector by joining the Association of Member-Directed Pension Schemes (AMPS). AMPS is a body which represents the SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) and SSAS (Small Self-Administered Pension Schemes) industry and…

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October

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Forbes Solicitors celebrates 44 Legal 500 Recommendations

19/10/17

Forbes Solicitors is celebrating after receiving 44 recommendations for its lawyers and services in the 2017 Legal 500 rankings, up from 31 in 2016. The leading North West legal firm is also delighted to reveal that the firm has been recommend for the first time for Education , Clinical Negligence…

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Forbes Appoints Disputed Trusts and Probate Expert Ben Wilson

16/10/17

Associate Ben Wilson has joined Forbes Solicitors specialising in disputes arising from contesting Wills , Trusts, Probate and Inheritance Matters. Ben, who is based at the firms Central Lancashire office, acts for clients on a national and international basis and deals with a range of high value…

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June

Legal Article

Queen's Speech confirms GDPR to survive Brexit

26/06/17

Through last week's Queen's Speech, the government confirmed that which the ICO has already indicated: that there will be data protection law in the UK post-Brexit. Alongside the Great Repeal Bill and various others, will sit a Data Protection Bill, as outlined on pages 46 & 47 of the Queen…

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April

Legal Article

GDPR Countdown

13/04/17

With just over a year to go before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters into force you may have started to think about how this impacts your business. A risk based approach is becoming more important because not only are you required to act within the law, you will be required to…

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March

Legal Article

Tweets of Serious Harm

14/03/17

It is rare that the outcome of Defamation cases that proceed to Trial are reported. Not only does the reporting of the case reveal the parties and the defamatory statements again, the parties involved tend to want to maintain their anonymity. This was not the case in the recently reported…

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February

Legal Article

Land Assets

27/02/17

Most schools have substantial land assets under their control, for instance the land, buildings and playgrounds where the school is located, but also fields and sports pitches, and sometimes the occasional area of land that serves no real purpose in the day to day activities of the school. This land can…

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January

Legal Article

SARs and Disproportionate Effort

10/01/17

Compliance with Subject Access Requests (SARs) can be a lengthy and costly exercise especially where the request may involve reviewing a large volume and range of documents. In the recent case of Dawson-Damer and Others v Taylor Wessing LLP , the High Court provides useful guidance regarding the right…

Legal Article

Legal Advice Privilege- Only for the Select Few

06/01/17

The High Court in the recent case of The RBS Rights Issue Litigation [2016] EWHC 3161 (Ch) confirmed that the definition of legal advice privilege only extends to correspondence with employees who are authorised by the company concerned to obtain and receive legal advice on the company's behalf…

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