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Finance/Credit Advertising – a timely warning

We see a number of dealer advertisements including credit deals which have not yet picked up the 'need to declare' how independent the dealer is when offering credit from one or more credit suppliers.


Published: 04 Aug 2014

Consumer Rights Bill

On 1 July the Bill got its second reading in the House of Lords which means that it’s getting late in the proverbial day now for too many amendments to be made. 


Published: 04 Aug 2014

Spot the spelling errors

From time to time we see spelling by consumers that are as wayward as their complaints are.

Published: 04 Aug 2014

Indication that obesity may become a form of disability

The UK has recently referred a case to the European Court of Justice for a ruling to be made, as to whether an obese employee may be afforded discrimination protection if they receive unfair treatment as a result of their obesity.


Published: 04 Aug 2014

Faking sickness – how not to get found out

A funny case which hit the news this week regarding the Commonwealth Games.

Published: 04 Aug 2014

Training your staff….a financial investment….what return will you get from it?

It is commonplace within the motoring industry for employers to pay for training for their staff, either to begin their career as a mechanic, or accountant, or to enhance or refresh the skill base of more experienced staff.

Published: 04 Aug 2014

ACAS Early Conciliation - what impact will it have on Employers?

-    Any claim lodged with the Employment Tribunal after 06 April 2014 will now automatically be subject to something called Early Conciliation.  This is a service run through ACAS, which expands the scope of the service previously provided by them.



Published: 04 Aug 2014

Car Dealer prosecuted by Trading Standards

Dorset County Council’s Trading Standards recently prosecuted a car dealer within their area.

Published: 21 Jul 2014

Fake vehicle diagnostic equipment lands supplier in court

York Trading Standards have prosecuted a supplier of counterfeit vehicle diagnostic equipment and fake car key rings.

Published: 21 Jul 2014

That’s another “fine” mess you got me into!

We recently had cause to challenge the imposition of a traffic penalty imposed on one of our clients by London Borough of Bromley Council.

Published: 21 Jul 2014

Holiday pay – but at what rate?

There has been continuous debate in the courts as to whether holiday pay should also include a proportion of commission an employee could have earned had they not been on annual leave.l





Published: 21 Jul 2014

Changes to Distance Selling

On 13 June 2014, the Distance Selling Regulations were replaced by the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013:

Published: 21 Jul 2014

Too sick to come in, but not too sick to work at home…

If an employee calls in sick, but says they can work from home, so that they still get paid, what should you do?

Published: 21 Jul 2014

Lawgistics New Offices - Moving with the times...

Over the past few years Lawgistics have experienced an increased demand for their legal services. The company has steadily grown to become the Motor Trades favourite law firm.
Published: 08 Jul 2014

eBay Fraud – Lawgistics Lucky 7

Many clients use eBay to purchase and sell stock. The process is quite easy but like all online transactions it is open to fraud. 

Published: 20 Jun 2014

REASONS DVSA (VOSA) CAN WITHDRAW AUTHORISATION

MOT Authorisation can be withdrawn according to MOT Guidelines on the subject, for a single instance of any one of the following circumstances:-

Published: 20 Jun 2014

Non payment of Minimum Wage – Enforcement Action taken against Martins Group

This car dealer group were found guilty of not paying two workers the correct minimum wage, to the sum of £806.37.

Published: 20 Jun 2014

Changes to Flexible working – New rules finally Published

We have mentioned previously that flexible working rights for parents will be changing this year. Last week the government finally passed the new legislation through Parliament under the  Flexible Working Regulations 2014.

Published: 06 Jun 2014

Stricter compliance with Court Deadlines and Orders required

Following a Court of Appeal decision last year, the Courts are clamping down on missed deadlines or failure to comply with Orders of the Court, the Civil Procedure Rules and their connected Practice Directions.


Published: 06 Jun 2014

Consumer Rights Bill 2013-2014 (and probably 2015!)

The much anticipated Consumer Rights Bill is continuing to meander its way through the UK law making machine known as Parliament.

Published: 06 Jun 2014

Boris Johnson’s Office Ordered by Court to pay Compensation of £75 million for August 2011 London Riots

And that is just for one claim! The destruction through arson of a Sony warehouse during those Riots some three years ago. 



Published: 06 Jun 2014

Moving a Hearing to another Court

We are currently assisting one of our clients in a dispute involving £4,000. 


Published: 06 Jun 2014

“Scrappage” Scheme for “Dirty” Diesels?

Interesting reading is the RAC’s recent demand that the government introduce a “scrappage” incentive for old diesel cars in an attempt to clear the environment of life-shortening particulates.


Published: 06 Jun 2014

Company Insolvency

The Court of Appeal has recently determined that a company was “in any commercial sense” insolvent, if it is only able to pay off its debts by taking new deposits and by using those deposits to pay off those debts.

Published: 06 Jun 2014

Is that Lewis Hamilton in your rear view mirror – or the Traffic Police?

I honestly think that if this had appeared on the Top Gear website on April the 1st, I just would not have believed it!


Published: 06 Jun 2014

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