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My Lips are Sealed…or are they?

14th March 2019

Céline Winham looks at confidential clauses and how all involved know their rights to prevent reputational damage on both sides

By Céline Winham, Solicitor in the Employment team.

The Government this month have launched a...

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Stop press! A wolf in sheep’s clothing: Probate fee hike a stealth tax

1st March 2019

Jeremy Duffy and Annika Bell look ahead to the long anticipated probate fee hike

Following a recent committee vote, the long anticipated probate fee hike is looking increasingly likely to come into effect from April 2019. ...

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It’s All About The Training

28th February 2019

Andrew Knorpel points to some helpful guidance materials for employers to be suitably equipped for mental health in the workplace.

By Andrew Knorpel, Head of the Employment team.

The public’s general understanding of the importance of...

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Better education and advice is the way forward for cohabitee rights

7th February 2019

Judith Fitton explains better education and advice about rights is the way forward for cohabiting couples.

In the summer of 2018, Rebecca Steinfield and Charles Keidan took their claim for the right to enter into a civil partnership to be extended to...

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New Code, New Consultation and New Delivery

7th February 2019

Sophie Banks summarises a few interesting and key developments from a busy fortnight in the world of employment law

By Sophie Banks, Solicitor in the Employment team.

It has been quite a busy fortnight in the world of...

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Business Update Winter 2019

6th February 2019

Providing you with a summary of the latest Mundays news and briefing of issues affecting you and your business.

Welcome to the Mundays’ Business update providing you with a summary of the latest Mundays news and briefing of issues affecting you and...

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The new RICS service charge code and its potential impact on service charge provisions in new and existing leases

5th February 2019

Michael Nixon and Thomas Healy examine the removal of the existing RICS service charge code and how the new RICS professional statement will impact the various parties of commercial leases from April 1st 2019.

Commercial service charges have the potential to be a highly contentious issue for tenants and landlords, with disputes often occurring in an...

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Potential development in Family Law

4th February 2019

Beth Whaley looks at two high profile cases which could change the way the family justice system works.

As we move into 2019, it is a time to reflect upon two high profile cases which were heard in 2018 and could alter fundamental aspects of the...

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What will happen to EMI schemes post-Brexit?

30th January 2019

Ben Martin examines the future of Enterprise Management Incentive schemes

Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) schemes are one of a number of employee share option schemes designed to enable smaller, growth companies in...

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The impact of a separation – the rights of a business owner

30th January 2019

Judith Fitton describes the legal distinctions and how business owner couples can best protect their business interests in the event of their separation.

The breakdown in the personal relationship of a business owner can cause an immense impact, not just in terms of concentration and distraction,...

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