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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

Compensation for snowball injury

A teacher in Germany has been successful in his court bid to have an eye injury received during a snowball fight with pupils classed as a work injury, reports France24.

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Investigation into the rise in underemployment

One impact of the recession has been the increase in people taking on part time jobs or work that does not utilise all the skills they have. What is known as ‘underemployment’ is not well understood.

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Civil Law Statistics in Scotland

Scotland's Chief Statistician has published Civil Law Statistics in Scotland, 2011-12. This presents statistics on the civil business of the Court of Session and sheriff courts in Scotland in 2011-12, together with some wider, contextual information about the extent of civil problems in Scotland.

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Progress in numbers of women on boards

The latest progress report from Cranfield School of Management, following Lord Davies’ review of women on boards, has shown an increase in the number of women recruited to the boardrooms of the UK’s largest companies. There has also been a notable commitment by business to remove the obstacles preventing women making it to the boardroom.

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Improving farm safety

A detailed 18-month plan of action to tackle farm safety in Northern Ireland has been launched by the Farm Safety Partnership.

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