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23 February

General Counsel and their legal teams are facing challenging times but how can they tackle the key issues? As part of our Counsel+ forum, we heard from the Weetabix Head... Read More

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23 February

The practice of "fire and rehire" or the technical term, dismissal and re-engagement on new (usually less favourable terms) has become increasingly controversial over the past few years. It can... Read More

case studies

21 February

In an appeal against a Fitness to Practise panel decision, the High Court considered the issue of the correct basis for a case being remitted for re-hearing. This proved to... Read More

articles

20 February

Money laundering is estimated to cost the UK economy more than £100 billion each year. The proceeds of money laundering can also be linked to other illegal activities, such as... Read More

articles

20 February

Can a landlord remove an abandoned vehicle from their property? In this article, we look at the potential pitfalls of vehicle abandonment and give practical guidance to landlords if a... Read More

articles

13 February

In principle, yes. When someone publishes untrue material online that adversely affects another person’s reputation, they could be found liable for defamation. The term defamation covers libel and slander. In this... Read More

events

Growth is one of the key objectives of any successful business, but this doesn’t happen overnight and requires the right strategy, mindset and innovation. So what does it take to... Read More

articles

12 February

A Grant of Representation is a legal document issued in the United Kingdom that gives the person named on it the authority to administer the estate of a deceased person.... Read More

articles

12 February

It is now just over 18 months since amendments to the NHS Act 2006 introduced the option of forming joint committees between a wide range of NHS bodies. Most notably,... Read More

articles

8 February

The road to the Procurement Act 2023 was certainly long and winding and whilst the Procurement Bill received the long-awaited Royal Assent in October 2023, procurement practitioners are not home... Read More

newsletters

8 February

Welcome to this month’s edition of Private Client Issues, Blake Morgan’s monthly round-up of the topics you may find of interest. It features insight and advice on developments affecting private... Read More

newsletters

8 February

As can be seen from our recent Looking ahead to 2024 briefing there is no let-up in the pace of employment law developments. Take a moment to consider our Winter... Read More