Dispute Resolution

15/03/2018 0 comments 193 views

On 7 February 2018, a Court decided the case of Mr Faiz Siddiqui and Oxford University. Mr Siddiqui had sued Oxford University, claiming that poor and inadequate teaching was the...
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19/01/2017 0 comments 886 views

The law in Northern Ireland could be changed as a result of the case of Hank the dog who was seized by Belfast City Council over fears he was a...
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23/12/2016 0 comments 1357 views

In recent years, in England and Wales, this has generally not been an option.  However, the practice is now becoming increasingly popular with an increasing number of pet owners seeking...
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23/12/2016 0 comments 816 views

East Ayrshire Council are currently considering the proposal for an Industrial Puppy Farm. Although it has been met with fierce objection by locals. The farming of puppies in a factory-like...
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11/10/2016 0 comments 1873 views

Is Your Dog “Dangerously Out of Control”? (And Not Just when the Biscuit Tin Comes Out) Every time we let our dogs off their leads we are putting ourselves at...
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06/10/2016 0 comments 950 views

A small independent charity in Kent has taken legal action against the council responsible for licensing the biggest dog breeding puppy farm operation in the UK. Chancepixies wanted to do something to...
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07/01/2016 0 comments 833 views

Ruling overriding Will was “sensible and reasonable”. A Court of Appeal decision to award a woman £164,000 from her estranged Mother’s Estate after she was left out of the Will...
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23/09/2015 0 comments 1292 views

Ringrose Law congratulate Andrew Wylde as their new Head of Litigation. Andrew Wylde, who joined the Ringrose Law Litigation Team in June, is an experienced solicitor with particular specialisms in complex litigation...
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11/08/2015 0 comments 937 views

[caption id="attachment_7750" align="alignright" width="217"] Contact our dispute resolution team at Ringrose Law for further advice[/caption] The Court of Appeal have over turned a Judgement that imposed sanctions on legal firms...
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16/03/2015 0 comments 855 views

The number of Judgments increased by 25% in the last twelve months according to official statistics with the rise largely reflecting, an increase in Judgements in Default. A Judgement in...
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