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Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence claims at our newly opened Canary Wharf office.

22/02/2013

Established in Surrey for over thirty years, we have recently opened our new Canary Wharf office, at 25 Canada Square, for the convenience of our clients. If you have suffered a personal injury or illness as a result of an accident in or out of work or if you have received negligent medical treatment and suffered additional injuries as a result of this, you may be entitled to compensation.

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Divorce and the affect on children

20/02/2013

Contact us now at our Canary Wharf office, or any of our other seven offices across Surrey and London. Cricket Commentator, Jonathan Agnew, has spoken to the press about his divorce and the impact it had upon his relationship with his children.

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You at Work - Canary Wharf convenience

13/02/2013

Howell Jones is proud to work with our partner, You at Work, a scheme that offers benefits to employees. Many companies who belong to the scheme are based at Canary Wharf, and with our new office at 25 Canada Square we can now offer the additional benefit of convenience.

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Unpaid parental leave to be increased to 18 weeks

13/02/2013

From 8 March 2013 the right to unpaid parental leave increases from 13 weeks to 18 weeks. Every employee who is the parent of a child can take up to 18 weeks' unpaid parental leave during the first five years of the child's life. Adoptive parents must take their parental leave by the fifth anniversary of the adoption or by the child's 18th birthday, whichever occurs sooner.

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Does Westminster have an urgent need for divorce and employment lawyers?

11/02/2013

It has been reported today that parliamentary computers at Westminster have been used to visit a dating website which promotes affairs, all over a seven month period. With over 50,000 hits registered over this time it is predicted that Parliament could soon see an increased divorce rate. The revelation also raises issues for employment lawyers and the need for training for MPs, their aides and assistants on the appropriate use of internet whilst at work, or using work computers.

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