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#TwoPointSixChallenge efforts raise funds for London charity

News article published on: 1st May 2020

On Sunday 26th April 2020, Osbornes Law took part in the #TwoPointSixChallenge raising £220 for Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust). Z2K are an anti-poverty charity that provide direct help to those in receipt of welfare benefits and in need of housing advice. Z2K recognise that a secure income and stable housing are key to preventing homelessness […]

Volunteering – make a difference to someone’s day

News article published on: 6th June 2019

This week is Volunteers Week. Volunteering is a great opportunity to give something back to your local community. It is a time where volunteers are recognised for their contribution to volunteering across the UK.  There are various events and celebrations up and down the country throughout this week and it is a chance to people […]

Solicitor appointed to lead new Travel Litigation team at Osbornes Law

News article published on: 25th March 2019

Magdalena Knez joined Osbornes Law on 11 March 2019 to assist the practice with the ongoing development of a Travel Litigation service, dealing with accidents abroad. An experienced personal injury and cross border litigation solicitor, Magdalena will be working alongside Osbornes’ Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Bulgarian and other foreign language legal teams. She says “My passion […]

Owens v Owens – Joanne Wescott Speaks To Sky News

News article published on: 1st August 2018

Following on from the decision of the UK Supreme Court in the case of Owens v Owens, Joanne Wescott spoke to Sky News on the implication of the decision and what it means for divorce law in England. Joanne, who is an expert family and divorce lawyer at Osbornes Law explains to Sky News that […]

Bereavement Damages

News article published on: 16th July 2018

At the end of 2017, the Court of Appeal released its judgement in the case Jacqueline Smith v Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Secretary of State for Justice. Sir Terence Etherton, Lord Justice McCombe and Sir Patrick Elias determined that co-habiting partners, who have been in a relationship for more than 2 years, […]

The Civil Liability Bill and the Personal Injury Discount Rate

News article published on: 16th July 2018

Couched as The Civil Liability Bill, the government aims to introduce new legislation to address the so-called US style ‘compensation culture’ they believe has emerged over recent years. As reported by the Association of British Insurers online, these changes are necessary as evidenced by this statistic: since 2005, road accidents have fallen by nearly 30% […]

Mills v Mills To Be Heard in The Supreme Court on Wednesday 6th June 2018

News article published on: 5th June 2018

The case of Mills v Mills will be heard in the Supreme Court on 6th June 2018. In August 2017 Mr Mills was granted permission to appeal the decision of the Court of Appeal to increase his ex-wife’s spousal maintenance payments, fifteen years after they were divorced. The Facts Following their divorce in 2002, the […]

The NHS, Computers and Breast Cancer

News article published on: 8th May 2018

According to reporting from the BBC, as the consequence of a computer error, nearly half a million women in England have missed screenings for breast cancer. It is understood that the Government knew about the issue as early as January 2018 but waited until now to tell Parliament. Breast cancer and screening statistics Around 1 […]

Osbornes settles serious workplace injury case for six figure sum

News article published on: 3rd April 2018

The personal injury team at Osbornes has recently represented a baker after he got his arm caught in a faulty machine at work. The injuries sustained were a broken arm, fractured wrist and a chipped elbow.  Later nerve conduction studies revealed nerve damage and cold intolerance. The claimant was unfortunately unable to return to his […]

Thai Case Shines The Light on International Surrogacy

News article published on: 26th February 2018

A story reported by the Telegraph this week raises some interesting questions about international surrogacy. The reporting states that a 28 year old wealthy Japanese businessman paid women in Thailand between $9,300 and $12,500 each to bear his children. To date he has fathered 13 children using Thai surrogates, explaining that he wanted a large […]

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