Family Partner, Harriet Errington looks at why enquiries for divorce peak in January and whether it will still be the case this year during lockdown?
In a recent article in CoStar, Commercial Real Estate Senior Associate, Jane Reyersbach, looks at whether turnover rents could save the high street, following the impact of the pandemic on the sector.
In Personnel Today, Employment Partner, Simon Gorham highlights how some employers, in sectors that have been badly affected by the pandemic, have resorted to aggressive tactics with the aim of cutting senior executives without proper compensation.
The UK government confirmed the new rules surrounding divorces in England and Wales involving other European countries, which came into force after 31 December 2020.
B Corporations (“B Corps”) are businesses that “meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose”.
However straightforward the transaction seems at first, it is surprising what pitfalls lurk to trip up the unwary.
David Rawlence explains how landlords and tenants can arrange leases to make the best of both clicks and bricks.
The introduction by the Government of the Higher Rates of SDLT has come as a blow to those looking to purchase further residential property in the UK.
Mark Lindley, partner at the Firm, discusses how using gender-neutral pronouns in wills and the introduction of Gender Recognition Certificates improve clarity regarding inheritance issues
All-night parties do not generally encourage amicable and cordial neighbourly relations. A selfish and inconsiderate neighbour can be stressful and upsetting, and often as a result, long-suffering residents do not know which way to turn.