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In this News section you will find our press releases giving the latest legal developments and Langleys news. In addition, we produce regular newsletters and legal updates which we will send you by email. To subscribe go to 'Media Contacts' via the links on the left.


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8th January dubbed "Divorce Day"

5 January 2018

The New Year is a time of reflection and it is also a time when many people choose to make resolutions or changes to their life. 

Ground Breaking Decision on Fatal Accidents

12 December 2017

The Court of Appeal has today handed down a judgment which could extend the classes of persons entitled to a bereavement award under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976. 

Langleys Retains Strong Rankings

12 December 2017

Continuing to demonstrate commitment to excellence, Langleys have, for another year, achieved strong rankings in both Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners.

Tackling Holiday Illness Claims

12 December 2017

In recent years, gastric illness holiday claims have been steadily on the rise with a reported 500% increase since 2013.

Top Tips for Schools' Claims

12 December 2017

Carol Dalton and Caroline Elson of the Public Sector Unit  recently had an article published in Public RM, the Alarm publication.

Cyclist Receives Compensation Following Brain Injury

6 December 2017

A cyclist who was seriously injured in a road traffic accident has been awarded a six-figure sum after a brain injury sustained in the collision left him unable to work.

Changes on the Horizon?

1 December 2017

This week has highlighted how society is rapidly changing and the modern family is becoming much more diverse. As cohabiting couples are now the second largest household in the UK, it is vital that laws are modernised to protect couples and their assets.

Cohabiting - When a Relationship Breaks Down

30 November 2017

With more people choosing to live together without getting married than ever before, we are often asked to provide advice when these relationships breakdown.

Considering Cohabitation - Stop, Think!

29 November 2017

It is very important if you are unmarried to think about your financial position very carefully when purchasing a property with a partner or when you take the decision to move in together.  Failure to do this could potentially cause expensive litigation in the future in the unfortunate event that the relationship breaks down.

Common Issues for Cohabiting Couples

28 November 2017

Cohabiting Couples are now the fastest growing household in the UK, but despite this the law in England and Wales does not currently provide protection for unmarried couples.