We share our experience and expertise through a variety of legal articles, fact sheets, client stories, publications and white papers, helping you to keep up-to-date with the latest legal developments.
Zimina v Zimin –second chance in overseas divorce?
Is it appropriate for a lump sum order to have been made where, following a divorce in Russia, a substantial financial settlement has already been agreed? Read moreArticles on 10/10/17
World Mental Health Day – Tuesday 10 October
Michael Cressey discusses mental health and the importance of seeking help and advice. Mental health can be a difficult subject for families and individuals to speak about, let alone speak with a stranger. Mental health can appear in all different forms; from a bereavement to an accident or simply the elderly. Michael Cressey, Paralegal in Private Client comments: Read moreArticles on 09/10/17
The Bach Commission - a family perspective
The Labour-backed report of former justice minister Lord Bach, hit the headlines recently as it made wide ranging recommendations on the justice system, including a new ‘Right to Justice Act’. The two year review heavily criticised the coalition government’s controversial Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Act 2012 which has cut back access to legal aid. Read moreArticles on 09/10/17
Uber drivers’ and employment rights
Antonio Fletcher, Senior Associate in Brachers’ Employment law team appeared as a guest on KMTV’s business show, Chris & Co on Wednesday 27 September. Read moreArticles on 09/10/17
GDPR - do you know what’s coming?
The biggest change to data protection and how businesses process personal data in 20 years is set to take place when the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25 May 2018. Compliance with GDPR is not optional and so businesses, charities and public bodies are in a race against the clock to get ready for the changes. But are they ready for GDPR? Read moreArticles on 09/10/17
Frequently asked questions on GDPR
What are my individual rights under GDPR? The GDPR provides you as an individual with a right to have easier access to data, a right to have greater information about your data and how it is processed, a right to restrict processing of data, a right to object to data use, a right to data portability between different services, a right to know when your personal data is hacked, a right to be forgotten and erased if you no longer want your data to be processed. Read morePublications on 27/09/17
With You Magazine
Welcome to the first edition of With You, our Brachers magazine. Inside you’ll find a mixture of news, insight, client stories and regular columns on a wide range of legal-related topics. Read more