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Some Things in Life are Guaranteed to be Satisfying

Some things in life are guaranteed to be satisfying, like having some down-time after a hard week, taking off high heels at the end of the day, getting into a freshly made bed and receiving good service. ‘Client satisfaction’ is a term frequently used as a measure of how products and services supplied by a… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

How Will Brexit Affect Divorce In The UK?

Brexit is often termed the UK’s divorce from the European Union, but with Article 50 due to be triggered this week, a Report just released by the House of Commons Justice Committee has highlighted that some of our own divorce laws may be affected upon leaving the EU. It has called upon the Government to… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Fake news – coming up trumps

It has been hard to overlook the latest surfacing of so called ‘fake news’ stories on our newsfeeds. Very recently the 2016 US presidential election campaign brought this to light. A recent study by Stanford University suggested that during the election campaign, up to 62% of US adult citizens received their news through social media… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Social Media – Keep it savvy

If you are one of the many billions who frequents social media, then the chances are that at some point you have posted one (or more) of your photos online. It has become a way of life for many of us and one which some of us rely on to promote our abilities as amateur… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

How to stay healthy during the working day

Do you ever get cravings throughout your working day or find yourself feeling sluggish? It becomes very easy during the day to forget good habits; I forever find myself slouching over my keyboard and going on a hunt for afternoon sweet treats – But, you have to remember that deep, deep down your will power… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Best of British 2016

Former England and Arsenal footballer Paul Merson was the special guest at a charity sporting lunch in Gatwick last week (Friday 4 November). The former footballer, who now works as a Sky Sports pundit, attended the Best of British event at the Hilton London Gatwick Hotel, which was raising money for Sussex children’s charity Rockinghorse…. Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

The first steps to having a healthy work/life balance

Do you struggle to switch off from work in your spare time? Find yourself checking your emails whilst sat watching the TV or between cooking dinner for the kids? In an age of technology takeover and busy schedules, it’s sometimes hard to find the perfect work/life balance and knowing when to focus your attention elsewhere…. Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Data protection, loss of data and compensation

A recent Court of Appeal decision has changed the rules on compensation for data protection breaches, so that compensation may be awarded for a breach, even if no financial losses have occurred. This will have implications for many businesses, including the Travel industry and those who control and hold customer data. The case of Google… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

A guide to digital legacies

Our digital legacies are fast becoming big news in the media. Times are changing and we are putting more and more sentimental things online. There are also valuable assets that we may hold online and these all need to be protected so that our personal representatives can access them if there is the need or… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

The end of Glee?

A battle is being fought over the use of the name ‘the Glee Club’, which has been registered as a trademark. The High Court have recently made their decision over the use of the phrase and found against the broadcasting powerhouse Twentieth Century Fox, meaning a re-name and re-brand of the TV show in the… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)