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Disrupt? Peterloo and Protest

We are delighted to announce our sponsorship of the Peterloo Massacre exhibition at the People’s History Museum, Manchester. Entitled Disrupt? Peterloo and Protest, the exhibition commemorates 200 years since the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester in 1819 and highlights its relevance today,…

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Why you don’t have a ‘common law’ marriage!

A large number of people still believe that it is possible to gain the benefits of a formal marriage or civil partnership simply by living with their partner. Unfortunately they are mistaken. Living with another person in a committed relationship…

Case Closed – Ep1 No-Fault Divorce

In this episode we discuss the proposed changes to divorce law in England and Wales following the Government’s public consultation into no-fault divorce. We look at the current ‘blame game’ culture that divorce law creates and discuss whether the proposed…

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Wills for War Heroes

Slater Heelis are proud to announce we are offering a free will writing service for local veterans to commemorate 100 years since Armistice Day. Our team of dedicated will writing solicitors is throwing open its doors to war veterans from across…

Allocating risk under Building Contracts

Parties to a building contract are required to deal with a variety of risks that may affect them during a construction project. Some risks are common to most building projects but others may be project specific. It is imperative when…

Adjudication Cases Part 1 of 2018

This series of articles continues the reporting and review of cases on the enforcement of adjudicators’ awards begun in the Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. 107473.001 SH Construction Case Booklet FIN[1] This document is available to be read…

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