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The case of woman who spent £50,000 of compensation in a misguided attempt to avoid losing her housing benefit should serve as a warning to us all according to Rebecca Brown and Dawn Joughin from Canter Levin & Berg Solicitors.
In what is perhaps the most ambitious fundraising challenge yet for a Canter Levin & Berg staff member, Sebastian Dyszkiewicz, a member of our IT department, is planning to climb Africa’s highest mountain in August this year.
We’re investigating reports of mis-selling relating to Right to Buy mortgages. If you have bought a home under the Right to Buy scheme, you may be entitled to claim compensation, read on to find out more.
As Eastenders' Honey Mitchell announced this week that she was leaving the country for Canada with her children in tow, Rebecca Finnigan looked at the options available to ex-husband Billy Mitchell to keep his kids in the country.
Family Law Solicitor Matthew Rogan takes a look at the introduction of The Child Arrangements Programme, as it replaces Residence, Custody and Contact orders.
Despite news coverage to the contrary, official government statistics indicate a year-on-year fall in the number of people claiming compensation for whiplash injuries.
We’re sponsoring Schools Law Web in their efforts to help kids stay safe and protect their valuables from theft.
Ruth Bennett from Canter Levin & Berg Solicitors responds to a proposal from the Association of British Insurers calling for the removal of damages in low-value road accident claims.
Head of the Private Client Department at Canter Levin & Berg, Dawn Joughin has been featured in the Solicitors Journal this month.
Congratulations to our five solicitors for their success completing the Three Peaks Challenge over the weekend.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling this week announced that controversial plans to award legal aid work to the lowest bidder have been scrapped. Here at Canter Levin & Berg, our Crime Solicitor Pete Mitchell has welcomed the decision, read on to find out why.
As many as three quarters of people who go into residential care face the prospect of selling their homes to cover care costs, with the numbers of people affected far higher than Government projections.
Head of Family Law Hazel Roberts comments on news that over 300 carers on Merseyside will be paid more for the care they provide after an investigation by the Local Government Ombudsman into years of underpayments by Liverpool City Council.
From today, anyone wishing to file an employment tribunal case in England will have to pay a fee of up to £1200. Partner and Employment Law Solicitor Martin Malone looks at this contentious issue.
Canter Levin & Berg Partner Ian Fitzpatrick is running in next weekend’s London Marathon to raise money for the charity Love Kingston.
Canter Levin Berg would like to say 'Congratulations' to Rebecca Flynn from Aintree, who is the lucky winner of our Brazilica Festival competition. Rebecca has won two nights of luxury at the Malmaison hotel Liverpool over the Brazilica Festival weekend. Well done!
Liverpool solicitors Canter Levin & Berg have been hitting new heights to raise funds for the Action For Children charity. Family Law solicitors Ruth Allanson and Jo Rowe abseiled down Leasowe Lighthouse on Sunday, June 10 and to date have risen just shy of £900 for the charity's work in Knowsley.