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A ‘super’ Christmas campaign – how one charity is raising money for disabled children over the festive period

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Kerstin Scheel from our Medical Negligence team looks at how Brainwave is helping to raise money for disabled children over the Christmas period.

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I experienced a cardiac event – here’s what it was like

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Joachim Stanley, an experienced member of our Medical Negligence team, talks about his experience following a cardiac event this year.

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Creative genius by artificial intelligence – but who owns the copyright?

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Artificial intelligence, once the stuff of science fiction, is now common place in our day to day lives. This is only set to increase rapidly over the coming years, but not without a unique set of legal challenges.

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Thousands of drink drivers are reoffending – what does this mean for claimants?

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Road traffic collision

As the festive season approaches, awareness of the risks of drink driving come to the forefront of our minds, not least due to an increase in adverts highlighting how, if we drink and drive, we may end up arrested, injured or possibly even dead. Fortunately, the majority of us do think twice about how we intend to travel home after meeting friends or loved ones for a drink or two.

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Parliament goes blue. What’s in store for business?

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Contributing authors: Olivia Coles and John North

The speculation is over. What’s in store for businesses across the UK now?

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7 ways that a Tory majority will affect employers

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Contributing authors: Abby Spittle

The votes have been counted and the decision has been made: a Conservative government will lead us into 2020, intending to make their vision of Britain’s future a reality. So what does this vision look like, and how will employers be affected?

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Election 2019: Key outtakes for the construction industry

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Contributing authors: Andrew Kuemmerle

Construction site

With the outcome of yesterday’s general election now resoundingly clear, the incoming government needs to recognise the crucial role the construction and energy sectors will have to play in driving the UK’s economic growth, and in improving standards of living in the years ahead. Issues such as housing, infrastructure and climate change will need to feature highly on the list of the government’s priorities.

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Parental alienation: how is it treated in court and what can be done to spot it?

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Parental alienation is undoubtedly a hot topic. At the recent Oxford Local Family Justice Board conference, a large portion of the day was dedicated to the psychological perspective on this controversial issue, as well as recent case law relating to how it is treated by the judiciary.

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Villiers v Villiers UKSC 2018/0114

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Decision appeal [2018] EWCA Civ 1120

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Getting a drone for Christmas? A few rules for a flying start

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Drone christmas tree

Is there a drone on your, your friend’s or your child’s Christmas wish list? With the prices starting at as low as £15 for a basic model, drones are bound to be a popular gift this year. If you are a drone novice, however, you’ll need to be mindful of a few ground (pun intended) rules.

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How is technology changing how post mortems are performed?

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As part of her work considering all aspects of inquest law, Ali Cloak, considers the increasing use of post-mortem imaging to determine a cause of death as an alternative to an invasive surgical autopsy.

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What does the General Election mean for your pocket?

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The country is facing its first December General Election since the 1920s. But which party will play Scrooge to the other’s Santa this Christmas?

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