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Can a complaint to the police be malicious prosecution?

Michael Kilbane

Posted by Michael Kilbane | Senior Associate
On 14th September 2020

Claims of malicious prosecution is a developing area of law. New cases appear to be on the increase. Making life difficult for an ex-partner/spouse by reporting them to the police or some other investigating authority might seem appealing whether for revenge or because of upset about the relationship breakdown. But the consequences and fall-out for that ex could have far reaching effects on their livelihoods, family relationships and personal and professional reputations. Complainants should, of course, bear this in mind but also too of wasting police time by making false reports, which could back-fire with serious consequences.

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Enforcing debts and the impact of Covid-19

Chun Wong

Posted by Chun Wong | Partner
On 26th August 2020

The UK government has brought in measures to avoid people being hit hard with the consequences of debt, but that has to be balanced against the need now more than ever for people and businesses to be able to recoup monies owed for much needed cash flow. We have a look at some of the enforcement measures and how the pandemic has impacted on its application.

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