Southampton Row Solicitors - London divorce solicitors

Privacy Law update by Sallianne Cockerham February 2017

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

Sallianne Cockerham, owner/founder of London Law Firm – Southampton Row Solicitors looks at the case of Tina Norma and whether her divorce proceedings should be private. Given the number of divorces and financial settlements that go through the courts, is it right that anyone’s private affairs and finances should be made public when they are

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Family Law update by Sallianne Cockerham January 2017

Saturday, January 14th, 2017

Sallianne Cockerham, owner/founder of London Law Firm – Southampton Row Solicitors looks at dishonesty in family law proceedings and watches with interest as this week two ex-wives who say they were conned into accepting divorce settlements that were fundamentally unfair appeared before the Supreme Court. Alison Sharland and Varsha Gohil claimed they had been deliberately

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Family Law update by Sallianne Cockerham September 2016

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Owner/Founder of London divorce solicitors at Southampton Row Solicitors looks at the very recent divorce case of Grindr’s Chinese owner. The Chinese tech tycoon and billionaire, Zhou Yahui, who bought a controlling stake in the gay dating app was ordered by a district court in Beijing under a civil mediation agreement, to transfer stock worth

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Family Law update by Sallianne Cockerham 10 June 2016

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

Owner/Founder of London divorce solicitors at Southampton Row Solicitors looks at the possible alternative to the more traditional lawyer route for divorce or separation. It has long been the case that sparring spouses often look back with regret at how much money was spent on lawyers. In the heat of the moment it simply not

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Family Law Update June 2016

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

London divorce solicitors, Southampton Row Solicitors look at the recent publication by the Family Justice Council on ‘Sorting Out Finances on Divorce’. The President of the FJC Sir James Munby was ‘delighted’ to endorse the guide which aims to help litigants in person find their way through the complicated procedure of dividing assets and reaching

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Royal Bank of Scotland targeted in £4 billion class action

Friday, July 10th, 2015

On behalf of Southampton Row Solicitors posted in Class Action Litigation on Thursday, April 18, 2013. In what may well shape up to be a landmark case, a shareholder group has filed a class action lawsuit against Royal Bank of Scotland Group seeking nearly £4bn in compensation for losses. as well as interest payments. The

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Royal Bank of Scotland faces class-action suit

Friday, July 10th, 2015

On behalf of Southampton Row Solicitors posted in Class Action Litigation on Monday, September 23, 2013. The Royal Bank of Scotland is facing a series of long-term legal battles after a number of large blue-chip investors informed a preliminary hearing that they were considering whether to join a class action suit or lodge an independent

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Class action suit launched against flu jab manufacturer

Friday, July 10th, 2015

On behalf of Southampton Row Solicitors posted in Class Action Litigation on Wednesday, November 20, 2013. Patients who have been afflicted by narcolepsy since receiving a swine flu jab have undertaken a class action suit against the maker of the drug. The members of the 38 families responsible for the litigation, few of whom are

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Facebook faces lawsuit

Friday, July 10th, 2015

On behalf of Southampton Row Solicitors posted in Class Action Litigation on Saturday, January 18, 2014. Social media site Facebook is facing a class action suit that claims that it mines data from private messages and makes a profit by sharing the information with marketers, advertising companies and data accumulators. The litigation follows action last

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Firms facing allegations of discrimination offer settlements

Friday, July 10th, 2015

On behalf of Southampton Row Solicitors posted in Class Action Litigation on Monday, July 21, 2014. U.K. construction firms that are embroiled in a recent employment scandal that allegedly affected more than 3,000 people are now offering compensation payments through a settlement scheme that some lawyers have estimated to be worth thousands of pounds less

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