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Solicitor's Duties – Liability Capped?
The Supreme Court has recently deliberated on a professional negligence case against a firm of solicitors in the matter of BPE Solicitors and Anor –v- Hughes –Holland (in substitution for Gabriel). The Court considered limitation of liability and recoverable losses in accordance with the SAAMCO test (South Australia Asset Management Corp v York Montague Ltd).
Background
The Claimant

Category: Events

As their sponsor, we are proud of Windsor Boys Boat Club’s success over the Bank Holiday weekend! The final weekend of April was an eventful and successful one for Windsor Boys Boat Club. Across three days there were four regattas, with over 80 boys out racing! Races took place at Evesham Regatta, Evesham Sprint Regatta, Wallingford Regatta at Dorney Lake

Category: Litigation

Enforcing A Money Judgment
After spending vast amounts of time and money in obtaining a favourable Judgment, your opponent simply does not pay your damages and/or costs? What can you do? Well not to worry as there are various steps that you can take in enforcing a money Judgment, they are as follows:-
Order the Debtor to Attend Court
The debtor will be

Category: Events

Pure Networking Windsor
Aston Bond are proud to announce that we will be hosting Pure Networking Windsor events. The location of these events will be held at Browns, Windsor, every month. Pure Networking was Founded by Dion McCarthy, a Senior Litigation Solicitor at Aston Bond and has been running successfully for over 2 years now.

This event is on every 4th Wednesday of each month at

Aston Bond is delighted to announce that it is to provide sponsorship to Windsor Boys' Boat Club this season. The funding provided will enable the Club to invest in better equipment so that the students can fulfill their true potential during the forthcoming regatta season, from the more local events to top-flight regattas such as Henley Royal Regatta. The Director of Rowing, Mark Wilkinson,

Divorce Process Overview
The divorce process: A marriage is dissolved by a decree of divorce which is pronounced after one party has filed a Divorce Petition in the English Court which asserts the irretrievable breakdown of marriage. This has to be proved by one of five grounds, these are:

Adultery,
Unreasonable behaviour
Two Years Desertion
Two Years Separation by Consent
Five

Theresa May Calls for General Election
Prime Minister Theresa May calls for General Election to take place on the 8th June 2017.

Theresa May made the announcement outside number 10 Downing Street earlier today, in a bid to further establish her party's power in government leading up to Brexit. She stated "I have just chaired a meeting of the Cabinet, where we

Modern Slavery
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 came into force on 29 October 2015.  It consolidates offences relating to slavery and trafficking.  S.54 provides that all organisations with a turnover of over £36 million will need to publish a statement each year relating to the action they have taken to ensure that their business and supply chains are slavery free.

However, it's not

Recovering Business Debts
So, you have a business and you want to recover an outstanding debt owed by an individual. Sounds simple enough – but where do you start? That is where our team of experienced solicitors can help you with recovering business debts. Our civil litigation team is on hand to provide you with support, so you don’t have to