Good day,I used to say to persons of my acquaintance a decade or more ago that if they want to see India of my childhood they need to go now. Well, this Oxcart is a rarity in my village. In my childhood of the 60’s every household had one as it was the only mode … Continue reading The Traditional Mode Of TRANSPORT Rapidly Disappearing
In the news today is the defense by American lawyers that a wife of a US diplomat need not come to England to face our courts on allegedly having committed a serious road traffic offense causing death. Their defence is 1. That as a wife of a diplomat she has the benefit of diplomatic immunity. … Continue reading Should A Foreign Offender Be Brought To Face UK Courts?
Are Uber drivers self-employed or Workers/employee of Uber ? The Supreme Court was asked two questions in this appeal from the Court of Appeal, which had rules in favor of the Uber drivers. Where the Uber drivers defined as workers in providing personal service to the Uber company and 2. If they were workers what … Continue reading Uber Drivers And Claim For Compensation
Today is the first day of our 14th year. On 1 November 2000, I fulfilled my long term ambition to practice on my own. They have been exciting times. I am extremely pleased that during my complete 13 years, nearly 10 young people have passed through my practice and I have trained 5 as solicitors. They … Continue reading Hafezis – 14th Anniversary
At this time of the year households often receive a questionnaire from local council to complete. The form requires each household to supply details of everyone over the age of 18 living at the address. This is to keep the electoral Register complete and enables the resident to vote at the next election. Failure to … Continue reading Peoples Representation Act
Much has been said and written about the disclosure that the US agencies have had access to all our data on social sites. Where those who wish to harm us have unfettered access to these sites and if one of the many ways we can keep an eye on them is resteriction on our own … Continue reading Liberty .v. Security
The Telegraph reports that a tribunal in Birmingham awarded damages of £2500 to a white Christian worker Mr Turon after it found he had a valid complainant of discrimination. In an internal email his promotion was questioned in the following terms. “Is it because he is white?”, and it also made a reference of him … Continue reading Follower Of Christ Successfully Sues Follower Of Mohammed For Discrimination
Boris Abramovich Berezovsky v Roman Arkadievich Abromovich v Hine and Ors (2012) It was needed to be established whether Mr Berezovsky held an interest in 2 companies which amounted to a value of in excess of $5.6 billion before he fled from Russia to France in 2000. This case, despite its enormous value and complexity, … Continue reading Even The Rich And Famous Can Have Their Solicitor’s Costs On A No-Win-No-Fee Basis….
How to reduce toxic worry Some anxiety is an inevitable part of our lives, but in today’s fast-paced world, it can become overwhelming. Too much stress hinders productivity and can be dangerous to your health. Here are three steps to address worry before it becomes toxic: 1. Don’t worry alone. Talk to someone you trust … Continue reading How To Reduce Toxic Worry By William Montgomery
Abdul Hafezi’s view: Yesterday I said that the court was correct in rejecting Mr.Maclaren’s plea for privacy on the the grounds of public interests. Today I, a man of republican tendency would argue that the Duchess’ private rights are clearly breached. She was in a private place surrounded by high walls.These photos raise issues of no public … Continue reading Steve Maclaren Versus The Duchess Rights To Privacy