Commercial Property | 9th April 2019

Brexit: maddening but not frustrating when it comes to contracts

Brexit may be maddening for business, communities and even the politicians in the thick of it, but in all the uncertainty, one thing seems certain,...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property
Dispute Resolution, Employment | 3rd April 2019

April ushers in more than seasonal rains for employers, with...

Gender pay gaps, itemised payslips and what to do about working rights for EU citizens – these are some of the issues looming large for...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Commercial Property | 19th March 2019

Are we witnessing the death of the UK high street?

Since the turn of the century, people’s shopping habits have changed dramatically and high street shops have struggled to change with them. More and more...

Matthew Winterbottom

Solicitor
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, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Employment | 21st August 2018

Tips for starting a new business

Starting a small business can be an overwhelming process and there are many challenging areas. Here are some of the areas to keep in mind:...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Residential Property | 27th July 2018

A reflection on the UK Residential property market

For some months, the residential property market has been sluggish at best. Very little property is coming onto the market, online agencies are beginning to...

David Knapp

Partner, Residential Property
Commercial Property | 15th December 2017

Calling all tenants – Ideas for your Christmas list!

In the merry season of goodwill, and with landlords feeling wobbly as a result of the Brexit and 2017’s election (in addition to a glass...

Gaenor Thomas

Associate, Commercial Property
Dispute Resolution | 1st August 2017

Negotiation or Mediation? The Brexit Dimension

I have been doing litigation since qualification in 1987. In the old days, suggesting to the other side that you wanted to have a discussion...

Paul Grimwood

Partner & Accredited Mediator
Family | 13th February 2017

‘Breaking up is (still) hard to do’: A Brexit Divorce...

I was reading some very positive stories in the papers last week about couples who sadly decide to separate but who retain enough respect for...

Julian Waldon

Associate, Family
Dispute Resolution | 12th December 2016

The Rule of Law

Who would be a judge in the current febrile atmosphere where a High Court decision can provoke that organ of moderation The Daily Mail in...

Paul Grimwood

Partner & Accredited Mediator