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The role of the expert in litigation

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In some High Court cases, the court may decide it requires evidence from a forensic accountant. This is known as expert evidence.

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Tim Copplestone

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Bristol
Tim is an employment lawyer within the firm’s sport sector and has himself represented Great Britain in kayaking. He is identified as a Leading Individual in the Legal 500, 2024.
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Time to hit inclusivity head-on

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Year on year the scope of the Equality Act 2010 appears to widen as employees and the Tribunals begin to recognise more circumstances which fall under the ‘protected characteristic’ headings.

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Tom Potts

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Taunton
Tom advises at all stages of the business cycle, including company incorporations and reorganisations, shareholders’ agreements, acquisitions and disposals and fund-raisings.
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Top tips for green energy diversification

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Farmers and landowners have always been adaptable in the way they have managed their farms or estates regardless of size, type or location.

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Trade mark law after Brexit

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There are some changes set out in the Withdrawal Agreement that trade mark proprietors should be aware of in order to appropriately prepare.

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UK Government hydrogen plan launched

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Dale Edwards, Green Energy Strategic Consultant comments on the UK Government’s eagerly awaited launch of its hydrogen plan.

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UK-wide consultation launched to tackle dairy sector supply chain issues

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On 24 June 2020, the UK Government launched a consultation seeking to end any unfair practices across the UK’s dairy sector. This consultation is seeking views from dairy farmers and processors on whether future regulation could be used to strengthen fairness and transparency.

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