Is Commercial Property Likely To Be An Attractive Investment in 2011/2012?

Commercial property has historically been regarded by investors as a sound investment option, from both capital and rental yield perspectives.  Certainly, in robust economic climates commercial property has often been the cornerstone of commercial investment portfolios.  Indeed, pension funds (from large scale group investment-led schemes to self invested personal pensions, or SIPP’s) and other similar,

The Bribery Act 2010: Corporate Hospitality and What Businesses Need to Know

As many will be aware, the Bribery Act 2010 comes in to force on 1 July 2011.  The Act will introduce a new corporate bribery offence and will replace the common law offence of bribery, as well as several statutory offences relating to corruption and corrupt behaviour. The main purpose of the Act is to

Legal Expenses Insurance

When you take out or renew your house or car insurance, once you have filed away the paperwork you do not want to look at it again, as that usually means a claim is being made. When you have an accident your car insurance (for motor claims) and house insurance (for other types of accidents)

PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS – Why You Should Use a Local Solicitor

When Legal Aid was withdrawn some years ago by the Government for personal injury claims, it gave rise to a huge number of claims management companies which, with slick marketing, offered their services to anyone injured and promised to give you 100% of your compensation as well as obtain maximum compensation. The rise of claims