News & Insights
Our team of experts shine a spotlight on new legal developments, share their views on the impact of current affairs, and offer insights on issues that could impact you and your business.
Immigration barrister, Zoe Jacob has joined Boodle Hatfield from Farrer & Co. Her appointment as a Partner establishes a new immigration practice for the firm, further bolstering its stellar Private Wealth and Corporate offering.
Simon Fitzpatrick, Fred Clark, Rosie Adcock and Ruby Dyce provide an introduction to the legal and commercial implications of NFTs looking at intellectual property, regulation, smart contracts, consumer rights and litigation.
As the boom in metal detecting continues and an abundance of treasure being unearthed in England and Wales, Corporate Associate, Fred Clark and Trainee, Sophie Harcourt consider the legal and tax implications, along with restrictions that might apply to a find.
Boodle Hatfield’s arts team have advised the Northbank Business Improvement District on the installation of The Voiceline.
We are delighted to be sponsoring the Young London Print Prize run by Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair. The prize provides a platform for young Londoners to use art to express their personal response to climate change and is driven by the idea that all young people can be artists in their own right.
Interested in the latest trends in the emerging field of NFTs? Watch Associate, Fred Clark and the PCD Club on YouTube for a discussion looking at non-fungible tokens, the provenance, valuation, estate planning, the future and much more.
Associate Fred Clark and Trainee Solicitor Ruby Dyce explain what NFTs are and how they relate to the Blockchain.
Associate Fred Clark and Trainee Solicitor Ruby Dyce take you through the step by step process of buying an NFT.
Fred Clark, Associate at Boodle Hatfield LLP and Emily Gould, Senior Researcher at the Institute of Art and Law, set out the main legal considerations relevant to NFTs, including copyright, SMART contracts, money laundering, estate and succession planning and taxation.
Our art law team was delighted to advise the Herman-De-Stern Foundation, along with the L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art, Jerusalem, on the recently announced, ground-breaking arrangement brokered by Sotheby’s with The Al-Thani Collection Foundation.
As more fine art is sold online – accelerated by the pandemic – the risk of people buying fakes or works of dubious provenance is greater than ever.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.