Williamsons Solicitors News Stories

Employment Tribunals Don’t Punish, They Compensate

Some employers treat their staff disgracefully but, no matter how bad their conduct may be, the objective of the tribunal system is not to punish them but to compensate those who suffer at their… Read More

Turmoil in War-Torn Libya Triggers State Immunity Test Case

Sovereign powers are not like ordinary commercial partners and dealings with them are complicated by considerations of diplomacy and state immunity. A landmark Court of Appeal ruling will, however… Read More

Making a will? Consult a lawyer first!

Will writing

The formalities that must be met when making a will are very strict and failing to adhere to them to the letter can result in your wishes being frustrated after your death. That is exactly what… Read More

‘Free’ wine only ‘free’ in the marketing sense

Wine & Bottle

Many marketing campaigns offer ‘free’ goods to customers. A tax tribunal’s decision has, however, established the truth of the saying that there is no such thing as a free lunch, or for that matter… Read More

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