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Trademark Act – Offences on the Internet and Open Market

April 9th, 2016 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
A huge volume of goods are traded on the internet and there is increasing threat of prosecution on traders dealing with non authentic brands or grey market goods or goods ...

Panama Papers – Unauthorised Disclosure

April 8th, 2016 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
Mossack Fonseca The disclosure of sensitive information to a public source give rise liability for losses suffered as a result of the breach of confidentiality by the Law firm. However, immediate concerns ...

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and 2014

September 8th, 2015 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
What is the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and why does it exist? The general aim of this Act is to assist offenders back into society by not allowing their past mistakes ...

HSE S3 Prosecution – Client Acquitted

July 15th, 2015 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
HSE Section 3 Prosecution Our client prosecuted under Section 3(2) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The case involved a tragic case involving a man who died as ...

Police Cautions ‘to be scrapped’ For New System

November 3rd, 2014 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
The government plans to scrap the use of police cautions across England and Wales and to replace it with a new system which would not allow offenders to “walk away ...

Joint Enterprise or Common Design?

July 8th, 2014 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
What would happen if you, a friend or relative, happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time? The law in this area is again coming under the ...

Magistrates in ‘Police Courts’

February 21st, 2014 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
Policy Exchange, think tank with close ties with the Conservative Party, have said that the government should allow magistrates to dispense on-the-spot penalties inside police stations at peak times. The ...

Judges Whole-Life Sentences Verdict Due

February 18th, 2014 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
Back in January David Cameron said that “life should mean life” when it comes to imprisonment sentences and today, the Court of Appeal is set to announce its ruling ...

Mental Health Nurses to Help in Police Stations

January 6th, 2014 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
A £25m pilot scheme has been launched in which mental health nurses are set to help out in police stations and at court in a bid to reduce reoffending. The government ...

Prison Sentences – “life should mean life”

January 2nd, 2014 | Posted by mjpsolicitors | No Comments
David Cameron has said “life should mean life” when it comes to prison sentences for those convicted of murderers and other serious offences. The government are considering a US style sentence ...

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