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Osbornes Named as Best Law Firm in The Times 2019 Guide

Posted on November 6, 2018

Osbornes Law is delighted to announce that the firm is featured in The Times 'Best Law Firms 2019'. The Times have launched its inaugural Best Law Firm guide, which features over 200 law firms in England and Wales. The list has been compiled via peer-selection with firms asked only one question: 'other than your own firm, which practice would you…

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Osbornes Ranked as a Leading Law Firm in London

Posted on November 6, 2018

Osbornes Law are delighted to announce that once again they have been ranked as a leading law firm in London by 'The Legal 500' directory. Expert Medical Negligence Lawyers in London The firm's clinical negligence practice is described as a "highly experienced clinical negligence team which handles a wide range of claims including brain and spinal cord injuries, wrongful surgery…

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Growth in the Number of Cases Fighting over Wills and Inheritance

Posted on November 5, 2018

Increasing numbers of siblings, stepchildren and partners are contesting wills and inheritances in an effort to secure a share or bigger share of their family’s fortune. Ministry of Justice figures show the High Court considered 145 inheritance disputes in 2017, which though slightly down on the record number of 158 in 2016, is still three times higher than a decade…

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Waste & Recycling Workers at Highest Risk of Injury on a Construction Site

Posted on November 5, 2018

There is much more to construction than just building work. A large number of workers in this sector are engaged in demolition, waste management and recycling work. This work can be dirty, hard and hazardous. It can be poorly regulated and controlled, employing a high proportion of migrant workers for whom English is a second language. There are very obvious…

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Court of Appeal Clarifies the Definition of ‘Landlord’ in Victory for Osbornes Law

Posted on November 5, 2018

It is now not uncommon for home owners to enter into company let agreements with property companies who are authorised under the company let agreement to let to sub-tenants under assured shorthold tenancies. These agreements guarantee the owner a fixed rent each month and avoid many of the responsibilities of being a landlord. Such agreements also provide an opportunity for…

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The Importance of Declarations of Trust

Posted on November 5, 2018

The recent decision in the case of Culliford v Thorpe [2018] EWHC 426 (Ch) serves as a reminder to cohabiting unmarried couples of the importance of agreeing a declaration of trust where their interests in a property are shared. In this case a co-habiting couple, Mr C and Mr T agreed that a property which was in Mr C’s sole…

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Osbornes win 5 day trial in property dispute at the County Court at Central London

Posted on October 22, 2018

In 1985 clients of Osbornes, Mr and Mrs Ali-Khan, purchased a house. For various reasons they were not able to obtain a big enough mortgage to purchase the property they wanted just on their salaries. They decided to approach Mrs Ali-Khan’s sister to be a party to the mortgage. She agreed and this enabled them to mobtain the mortgage necessary…

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Osbornes Shortlisted as Law Firm of The Year at Legal Week Awards

Posted on October 16, 2018

  Osbornes Law have been shortlisted as finalists for a major award at Legal Week's 'British Legal Awards'. The firm will find out on 29th November 2018 whether it has won UK Law Firm of the Year 2018. The winners in each category at the British Legal Awards, which recognises the achievements, excellence and innovation in the legal profession over…

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Osbornes Shortlisted for Major Personal Injury Awards

Posted on October 15, 2018

Osbornes are delighted to announce that the personal injury department has been shortlisted as a finalist at the 'Personal Injury Award 2018' in the category of 'Claimant Personal Injury Team of the Year'. Specialist medical negligence lawyer, Stephanie Prior, is also shortlisted as 'Clinical Negligence Lawyer of the Year 2018'. The firm were recipients of the award for claimant team…

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NHS Receptionists Have a Duty of Care Supreme Court Rules

Posted on October 15, 2018

Eight years ago, Michael Darnley then aged 26, was struck on the head in a random attack by an unknown assailant. His friend drove him to the Croydon University Hospital Accident and Emergency Department. He presented complaining of a head injury causing severe pain but was told by the Accident and Emergency receptionist that he would have a 5-hour wait…

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