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28 March - Katie James

With "Brexit Day", 29 March 2019, drawing immediately close without any sign of deal, we take a look at what a no-deal Brexit would mean for insolvency practitioners. The EU... Read More


27 March - Ruth Christy

Last year employers with 250 or more employees published their first Gender Pay Reporting figures, with deadlines of 30 March for the public sector and 4 April for the private... Read More


26 March - Philip Jardine

Japanese Knotweed is a non-native invasive species and is the most invasive plant in the UK.  It grows rapidly, the roots are extremely wide spreading and can penetrate foundations and... Read More


26 March - Penny Rinta-Suksi

With reduced central funding for local authorities, the need to maintain spending across essential services, and media attention on increases for tax payers, we're taking a closer look at some... Read More


26 March - John Shallcross

Our experts take a look at issues arising where parents invest in property whilst a child of the family is at university.  Stamp duty land tax, income tax, capital gains... Read More


26 March - David Wadsworth

Much has already been written about the case of S Franses Limited v Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited (2018, Supreme Court). By way of a recap, the court had to grapple with... Read More


As a leading UK law firm with strong international connections across the globe through TAGLaw, our exceptionally talented and specialist lawyers have the experience and the drive to help you... Read More


22 March - Debra Gers

Whether or not to suspend an employee pending an investigation into allegations of misconduct is a serious decision to make, one that many employers often find difficult. The Court of... Read More


19 March - Cathrine Bryant

Investors' Relief has languished below the radar for the last 3 years, but 6 April 2019 is the date from which the earliest qualifying periods for holding shares which may... Read More


18 March - Simon Stokes

Copyright expert Simon Stokes explores the EU's recent announcement that images of works of art in the public domain will no longer be protected by copyright. Background There has been... Read More

case studies

15 March - Rachel Gwilliam

This case offers a salutary lesson for all architects (and other professionals): not only will a failure to record your client's brief (and agreed changes to that brief) clearly and... Read More


15 March - Katie James

Following the demise of Carillion last year, today Interserve PLC (Interserve) has lost a crucial shareholder vote which means that it is likely to be placed into administration today. Interserve,... Read More