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The sledgehammer to solve child sexual harassment

9th December 2016 - The Justice Gap

Aika Stephenson on the Women and Equalities Committee proposals to solve sexual harassment between children.

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Celebrating Christmas with 100 pensioners

8th December 2016 - Maria Fidelis Catholic School

Ed Veale, solicitor, at Hodge Jones & Allen popped along to Maria Fidelis School today to present two hampers for the school’s annual pensioners Christmas party.


Ed Veale presenting donation to Mark Anthony

Deputy Headteacher Mark Anthony received the hampers from Ed before the evening’s festivities begin. Pensioners will enjoy a three course meal, (served by school students along with staff and volunteers from the local community). Ed Veale said “It is wonderful for Hodge Jones & Allen to be able to contribute to the school’s special event

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Can we divorce to avoid the higher stamp duty on second homes?

8th December 2016 - The Guardian

Head of Family Law Jacqueline Major explains the problems with planning to divorce to avoid higher stamp duty on second homes.

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APIL legal threat forces Ministry of Justice to announce outcome of 2012 discount rate review

7th December 2016 - Litigation Futures

Hodge Jones and Allen’s personal injury specialist, Peter Todd has acted for the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) in a new legal action against the Lord Chancellor to review the personal injury Discount Rate.

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Family demands improvements to mental health services in Kent after young mother commits suicide

7th December 2016 - BBC Radio Kent

A family is demanding improvements to mental health services in Kent after a young mother under the care of the NHS took her own life by jumping in front of a train. Last month an inquest found that neglect by Kent’s mental health trust contributed to the death of Natalie Gray. Alice Hardy who is representing the family speaks about the case at 1:07.

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