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18 Mar 2016
Ministry of Justice raises fees for divorce
The Ministry of Justice has confirmed that the House of Lords has approved a rise in divorce fees with the cost of filing a divorce petition increasing from £410 to £550. This confirmation comes just a few days prior to the changes taking effect on 21 March 2016....
15 Mar 2016
asb law LLP shortlisted as ‘pioneer within the legal industry’ in Solicitors Journal Awards
In an awards scheme which ‘recognises brilliance in a changing legal world’, we are delighted to have been shortlisted as a pioneer within the industry....
15 Mar 2016
asb law aviation claims expert presents to European Parliamentary Assembly hearing on Smolensk plane crash
asb law's aviation claims expert, Tim Brymer presented information to European Parliamentary Assembly hearing on Smolensk plane crash recently....
11 Mar 2016
Cyber security - are you safe from an attack?
asb law's Debbie Venn looks at the latest trends in cyber attacks and provides advice on preventing an attack...
11 Mar 2016
A new era of data defence
Forthcoming European legislation will affect cyber security and data protection. asb law's Debbie Venn and Chris Wilson brief on the revised standards....
10 Mar 2016
asb law acts for the Shareholders of The Sheriffs Office
The corporate team at asb law has recently advised High Court and civil enforcement business, The Sheriffs Office as it was acquired by High Court Enforcement Group (HCE Group)....
2 Mar 2016
Air accident investigation and liability
The laws and conventions governing air accident investigation and air carrier liability are complex, involving issues of domestic and international law. This article aims to provide a brief overview of the process that a typical investigation of an accident or serious incident will follow, along with some of the key sources of legislation which are relevant from a UK perspective....
1 Mar 2016
Air rage incidents taking off
An increase in disorderly behaviour continues to disrupt flights and cause chaos for passengers, airlines and airports....
26 Feb 2016
The not so minimal impact of the new National Minimum Wage premium
asb law's Sarah Brockhurst looks at the new national minimum wage premium and whether the impact will really be as positive as first hoped....
25 Feb 2016
Do you pay commission to your employees? Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling confirms what should be included in employee holiday pay
The decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal has this week ruled in favour of salesman Joe Lock who took his employer, British Gas, to an Employment Tribunal when he was only paid his basic salary while away on holiday, despite most of his normal pay being made up by commission....