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19 February - James Greig

This is the first of two articles written by James Greig, partner in the Oxford office and inheritance tax specialist, in response to the January 2020 report under this name... Read More

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18 February - Adrian Noviss

A recent planning inspector's decision involving a Facebook post highlights the wide range of dating evidence that can be relied on to prove that unauthorised development is immune from planning... Read More

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17 February - Alison Craggs

I have been a fan of the Bafta-winning comedy drama Cold Feet since the first series which aired back in 1998, when I was at university.   The programme is now... Read More

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14 February - John Shaw

London Fashion Week presents a great opportunity for labels to showcase their designs.  Catwalks, exhibitions and fringe events contribute to the city-wide celebration of fashion taking place over the next... Read More

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13 February - James Greig

This is the first of two articles written by James Greig, partner in the Oxford office and inheritance tax specialist, in response to the January 2020 report under this name... Read More

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13 February - Mark Jones

Blake Morgan white-collar crime and investigations specialist Mark Jones has successfully defended a broker from an attempt to impose a lifetime Prohibition Order, which would have ended the broker's career.... Read More

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13 February - Helen Bunker

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

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12 February - Gemma Casey

With Dry January over, it might seem like the perfect opportunity to redouble your efforts to market your hangover cure. Be wary, however. There are stringent food labelling regulations and... Read More

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12 February - Ruth Christy

The headline changes from 6 April 2020 to Statements of Employment Particulars are not rocket science – but the devil is most definitely in the detail of the legislation. We... Read More

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12 February - Nia Pawley

A right to two weeks' statutory parental bereavement leave will be introduced on 6 April and in our article on this important topic we consider who is entitled to the... Read More

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10 February - James Bessey

A legal discussion about whether to offer blanket protection from self-incrimination put the Grenfell Tower Inquiry on hold last week. This follows the chairman of the inquiry backing a request... Read More

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10 February - Simon Stokes

Guidance is now available on a anti money laundering for the UK art market and those from overseas coming into the UK to sell works of art. On 7 February... Read More