Employment | 4th November 2018

New employment rights raise another red flag for employers

New payslip requirements are set to come into force, requiring itemised calculations for variable rates of pay and hours worked. Alongside, the requirement for payslips...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 2nd November 2018

Bonfire Night parties – how to avoid some legal fireworks

Remember, remember, the fifth of November… Every year it’s impossible not to remember the (allegedly) treasonous acts of a group of men as they planned...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution
Employment | 26th October 2018

Will non-regression clauses protect UK workers after Brexit?

It could be a little risky reporting this, as by the time you reach the end of this article things could have all changed, such...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Residential Property | 11th October 2018

The elderly facing hidden fees on retirement properties

As the age demographic of our society has changed over the last 2 or 3 decades there has been a similar change in approach to...

David Knapp

Partner, Head of Residential Property
Employment | 8th October 2018

Are staff photographs a breach of the GDPR?

Certain employers take photos of their employees to use on their website and use to support marketing campaigns. Do photos constitute personal data under the...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Family | 8th October 2018

Cohabitation, civil partnerships and marriage – the choice is now...

Last week, the Government announced that it intends to allow heterosexual couples to enter into civil partnerships. This decision was no doubt taken in the...

Julian Waldon

Associate, Family
Residential Property | 5th October 2018

A quick guide for first time buyers

Buying a home is stressful, especially for first time buyers, so it's wise to do some research to ensure you know exactly what you’re getting...

Francesca Nash

Senior Solicitor, Residential Property
Employment | 1st October 2018

Understanding the redundancy process

Many people are facing job uncertainty and could be facing redundancy.  There is a set of procedures that a company needs to adhere to when...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Commercial Property | 28th September 2018

RICS Service Charge Code: changes ahead

Services charges can all too often become a source of contention between landlords and tenants. To assist with the process of administering the service charge...

Anne Bridger

Solicitor, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 27th September 2018

A “takeaway” from Prezzo

Prezzo held a sub-lease of a ground floor and basement restaurant. In the lease, Prezzo’s landlord covenanted to “insure the premises in accordance with its...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property

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