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Changes in the Law You Need to Know About for 2017

The law is not a fixed, monolithic slab of legislation. Governments make reforms in response to pressure from interest groups, changing public opinions and to keep consistent with other countries we have a strong relationship with.

This can have complicated knock effects for your business, so it’s important to keep abreast of the latest changes in business law, and consult your lawyer whether they are online or on the high street to make sure you’re not only compliant with the law but also taking advantage of any extra opportunities changes may afford you.

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Do You Remember Your First Insurance Policy?

Just like every other teenage boy in my neck of the woods, I spent the entire age of fifteen day dreaming about how nice it would be driving my dad’s truck. I could picture it now. Me with a couple of friends, loading up the truck and heading to the lake to go fishing every Saturday morning.

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Where did Professional Services Automation Software Come From?

Professional Services Automation (PSA) software is a set of tools designed to help companies organize and streamline processes for the business to focus more on people, tasks, projects and even client management. It also involves creating, managing and terminating a set of process in the business. The software is often used by small business owners, consultants, project managers and any type of service-oriented business in the market.

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Careless Driving – a Brief Overview

We’ve all heard of careless driving, AKA driving without due care and attention. We also tend to lump this offense in with the others, like drink driving and speeding, but careless driving is a little bit more vague than other driving offenses.

A careless driving allegation can only stand if the prosecution can prove that your driving was indeed below the minimum standard expected from a careful and competent driver and that you weren’t showing consideration for other vehicles and pedestrians.

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