Newell Legal: Blog Awards Event

March 13, 2019

A Shift In UK Politics

February 27, 2019

Climate Change: What Businesses Need To Do

February 22, 2019

The Ethics of International Sport

February 4, 2019

'The Right to Repair'

January 22, 2019

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March 13, 2019

Dear Reader,   

As previously announced, Newell Legal W are finalists for the UK Blog Awards 2019. We are one of four blogs competing in the “World View” category. To view the list of finalists in each category, please click here

The Newell Legal team are del...

February 27, 2019

UK politics has been the centre of attention over the last few years, largely due to the growing tensions between and within the political parties. Further to this, there is growing disillusion from voters. There have also been serious deficiencies in governmental poli...

February 22, 2019

Continuing the series on climate change (previous articles looking at the 2018 IPCC report and providing advice on how to reduce emissions individually), this piece looks to provide some advice on what businesses could be doing to reduce their contributions to car...

February 4, 2019

On first consideration, there appears to be a tenuous connection between human rights, ethics, and sport. Since the 20th century, the understanding of, and protection afforded by, human rights has developed significantly. As a result, the overlap between the sport and...

January 22, 2019

Repairing a household appliance is always stressful. It can be time consuming and hard to fit into a busy schedule. These issues are further compounded when the household appliance’s warranty has expired; consumers will need to pay for the repair themselves. Typically,...

January 21, 2019

Continuing Newell Legal’s series on climate change (the first article looking at the 2018 IPCC report), this piece looks to provide advice on what is merely the tip of the iceberg of how members of society can individually reduce their carbon footprint,...

January 14, 2019

Assault is an offence that has been part of English criminal law for centuries. It is a ‘common law’ offence, meaning that it has not been created by statute (an Act of Parliament), but by case law (court judgments). Subsequent case law has developed the offence of Ass...

January 11, 2019

Dear Reader,   

We are delighted to announce that we are finalists for the UK Blog Awards 2019. Newell Legal is one of four blogs competing in the “World View” category. To view the list of finalists in each category, please click here

We would like to extend...

January 1, 2019

Global gaming phenomenon Fortnite, by Epic Games, has recently been hit with a string of criticisms and lawsuits for stealing their iconic in-game emotes from well-known dances by popular figures including rapper 2 Milly, social media star Russell Horning aka Backpack...

December 31, 2018

Landlord and Tenant disputes are a common occurrence. In many cases, tenants raise arguments regarding the state of the property, namely that it is in disrepair. This sometimes results in the tenant refusing to pay their rent until the situation is addressed. The issue...

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