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Milners takes infected blood victims’ campaign to No 10 – and appears on BBC News  

OUR fight for better compensation for victims of “the worst treatment scandal in the NHS” has been taken to the steps of Downing Street, achieving widespread media coverage. BBC

Lawyers turn to century-old law to settle probate dispute that hinged on which parent died first

PROBATE lawyers have gone back in time by reviving a century-old law to win a high-profile inheritance battle in the courts. The judgment yet again underlines the importance of

Hairdressers in the personal injury spotlight after high-profile compensation case turns up the heat

COULD Yorkshire hairdressers be on the fringe of a flood of compensation claims for personal injury? That is the question being posed after a high-profile personal injury case in

Beware the pitfalls of trying to avoid care fees in later life

AMID a growing, ageing population in Yorkshire, more and more people are spending their later life living in nursing and residential homes. But with this comes a significant expense

Staff holiday pay and overtime rules – don’t let them be a passport to a breach of employment law

WITH the weekend of July 27 and 28 set to break all holiday records, the annual Great British summer getaway is getting ready for take-off. As millions prepare to

New personal injury ruling lifts the brakes off compensation claims by pedestrians against cyclists

MORE than 130 pedestrians were seriously injured last year in accidents involving cyclists – and a landmark court case this week is set to offer new hope in their

Overseas investors urged to act now amid property tax hike uncertainty

THE Government is to launch a consultation this month on whether it should impose an additional Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) charge on non-UK resident homebuyers. Under the initial

Demystifying complex planning laws surrounding listed buildings and their grounds

OUR Residential Property Manager and Yorkshire Post property correspondent, John Robson, has expert advice for homeowners living in the grounds of a listed building, in his latest Question and

Redundancy – avoiding legal pitfalls when it comes to the crunch

POPCORN – a firm favourite of film fans and serial snackers. Much of the UK’s popcorn is currently produced at KP Foods’ factories in Barnsley and in Pontefract helping