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BCR Explores Law – Clinical or Medical Negligence Claims

What is clinical or medical negligence? A claim in clinical or medical negligence is a civil claim for compensation for an injury suffered as a consequence of the actions (or...

July 29, 2021 Read more

Costs remain fixed in the Petty Debts Court

Introduction Amongst other matters, the Petty Debts Court (the “PDC”) has jurisdiction to hear all civil claims with a value lower than £30,000.00. In April 2018, the Petty Debts Court...

July 13, 2021 Read more

BCR Explores Law – Unfair Dismissal

Unfair dismissal is a complex area of employment law, but one that every employer should understand. A failure to understand this area of law can result in employers being taken...

July 08, 2021 Read more

BCR Explores Law – Légitime

In Jersey law a person does not have complete freedom to leave their property to whomever they wish. Légitime is a Jersey law doctrine which provides protection against disinheritance for...

July 01, 2021 Read more

BCR Law LLP’s Partner Emma Wakeling named one of the Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35

BCR Law LLP’s Partner and Head of Family Law, Emma Wakeling, has been named as one of the 2021 eprivateclient Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35. Eprivateclient is the leading...

June 30, 2021 Read more

Modern Family

This article was first published in Gallery magazine. Once upon a time there was a family. There was a mum and a dad and 2.4 children. Dad went out to...

June 16, 2021 Read more

Duties of employers to employees: More than just paying a salary!

This article was first published in Rural magazine. Employers owe their employees various duties. Most of them are fairly obvious (such as payment of salary) but it may not even...

June 14, 2021 Read more

BCR Law LLP turns five

As BCR Law LLP celebrates its fifth anniversary in 2021, it is a good time to look back and reflect on the last five years, but more importantly look to...

June 08, 2021 Read more
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