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No-fault divorces on the horizon

No-fault divorces on the horizon

Last month the Justice Secretary confirmed plans for legal reform of divorce proceedings Under current law, applicable in England and Wales, a couple making an application for divorce can only do so on one ground:  “the marriage has irretrievably broken down”.  In order for the court to proceed with an application for divorce, this underlying […]

Beckham avoids speeding conviction. But how did he do it?

Beckham avoids speeding conviction. But how did he do it?

In a high profile case, ex-England captain David Beckham avoided conviction for a speeding offence yesterday on a technicality. The court ruled that, because the initial letter to the owner of the car informing them of an impending prosecution (known as a Notice of Intended Prosecution or “NIP”) was served late, Beckham could not be […]

MIA and Blaser Mills Law enter into new partnership

MIA and Blaser Mills Law enter into new partnership

Blaser Mills Law are delighted to announce their partnership with the Motor Industry Association (MIA). We have joined the MIA’s Business Networking programme, taking part and sponsoring a series of events throughout the year. The first event is next week in Bruntingthorpe; a team building day at the Proving Ground, including an exclusive tour and […]

Remembering a charity in your Will – Remember a charity week

Remembering a charity in your Will – Remember a charity week

Leaving a charitable legacy in your Will does not only benefit your chosen charity, it can also have substantial inheritance tax benefits for your estate. It is a common misconception that only significant sums of money are left to charity and even a small donation can make a difference – charities rely on these gifts […]

GDPR Update: India – The Latest Data Protection Domino to fall

GDPR Update: India – The Latest Data Protection Domino to fall

In the latest move in global data protection reform, India has taken a large step towards introducing its own data protection law. The Srikrishna Committee submitted its report on and draft of the new data protection legislation ‘The Personal Data Protection Bill 2018’ (PDP), which is awaiting parliament and presidential approval. Over the past five […]

Congratulations to our newly qualified solicitors.

We are delighted to announce that this year, three of our trainees have been kept on as newly-qualified solicitors, highlighting our continued growth and investment in young talent. James Nelson, Sally Morse and Hannah Cole all began their traineeships in 2016 and were given the opportunity to train in a number of legal practice areas […]

EVENT: Blaser Mills Law on the panel at the next Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group

EVENT: Blaser Mills Law on the panel at the next Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group

Blaser Mills Law are pleased to join Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group in their latest Property Forum event, bringing together interested parties from across the region. James Nelson will be presenting on the recent developments that have arisen from Parliaments overwhelming vote to approve the plans to expand Heathrow airport. He will be focusing on […]

GDPR Update: The EU – Japan Data Protection Deal Agreed

GDPR Update: The EU – Japan Data Protection Deal Agreed

Alongside the signing of a new trade deal between the EU Commission and the Japanese government, the Commission and Japan’s data protection authority have agreed to recognise each other’s personal data protection systems as ‘equivalent’. This agreement reaffirms the parties’ commitment to shared values concerning the protection of personal data, and to strengthen their cooperation […]

Headway – Improving life after brain injury

Headway – Improving life after brain injury

Brain injury can have a major impact on your life. Every day activities, such as walking, talking and feeling can become a challenge. Headway, the brain injury association, has a network of more than 125 groups and branches across the UK to provide support, services and information to brain injury survivors, their families and carers. […]