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This year was the fourth year of the Gerard Maye Legal Client Interviewing Competition at the University of Brighton.Read More
Since legislation was introduced over eight years ago to protect deposits paid by tenants to landlords, there has been considerable confusion about what landlords must do to comply with their responsibilities.Read More
Figures released by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) show that Britain continues to be one of the safest places to work in Europe, with fewer deaths and injuries in factories, shops and offices.Read More
The Government has introduced new powers to help landlords evict tenants who commit serious offence or cause anti-social behaviour in their property. This measure, introduced in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime & Policing Act 2014, now introduces a mandatory ground for possession of properties in these circumstances.Read More
Dozens of people took part in the Big Balls Brighton Beach run on Sunday 12th May. The event, sponsored by Gerard Maye Legal, was to raise money for testicular cancer charities. Competitors had to run 3km along the beach from the West Pier to Hove Lagoon – about 3km.Read More
A recent landmark ruling by the Court of Appeal has opened the boarding gates for passengers to claim compensation for flight delays. The Supreme Court has refused the airlines permission to appeal in the case ofJet2.Com Limited v Huzar, thus closing the door on any further challenges to this decision.Read More