The Highway Code is set to change so that cyclists will have right of way and increased safety on UK roads. Cycling charities are speaking out to highlight the importance of everybody being more uniform in their behaviour to prevent confusion.
Bott and Co has received ISO 27001 certification demonstrating its strict compliance to the highest standards of information security standards and client data.
The ECJ has ruled that non-EU connecting flights are now eligible for compensation if the cause is not extraordinary circumstances
European Judges have today ruled in passengers’ favour at the highest court in the European Union, the Court of Justice, in a case worth tens of millions of pounds in compensation a year to passengers.
Registry Trust Data shows UK airlines, including Thomson and easyJet, have failed to pay court judgments to passengers who’ve suffered a flight delay
Have you ever wondered how many different national cuisines (e.g. Italian, Chinese, Ethiopian, etc) are on offer in the world’s greatest cities? We analysed the restaurant data in Google Maps to find out. New York and London lead the pack of the world’s foodie capitals. Explore the full results.
The UK government announced its plans to introduce the “Whiplash Reforms” which are set to go live in April 2019. We look at what needs to be done to achieve the April 2019 deadline.
In light of the announcement that Monarch has ceased trading and cancelled all its future flights we have compiled a list of FAQs about flight delay/cancellation claims and what your rights are.
Thousands of passengers travelling using budget airline Ryanair have been left stranded after the airline cancelled hundreds of flights and prepares to cancel between 40-50 flights each day for the next six weeks.
The government has decided that in order to reduce fraud and the perception of a compensation culture they will slash the amount of compensation that you, an innocent motorist is entitled to.
It is a well-known fact that climate change is one of the biggest problems facing our planet today – we are all responsible for it and because of this we must all be part of the solution.
Judges have today ruled in the airline industry’s favour at the highest court in Europe, the Court of Justice of the European Union, in a case relating to whether flight delays caused by bird strikes are claimable under EU Regulation 261/2004.
This year’s awards saw Bott and Co shortlisted in five categories and we managed to scoop Law Firm of the Year, Technology Initiative of the Year, and Specialist Legal Team of the Year and was highly commended for Employee of the Year and Employer of the Year.