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16 April - Ben Evans

Colin the Caterpillar, nigh-on a British institution, has become the centre of a trade mark dispute between Marks and Spencer (M&S) and Aldi. The chocolate sponge cake, covered in chocolate... Read More

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14 April - Madeleine Mould

In February 2021, the Women and Equalities Committee published a report on how long-standing gender differences and inequalities for women have been exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic and the furlough... Read More

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14 April - Chris Cope

In a recent ACCA disciplinary hearing, Blake Morgan's Chris Cope successfully represented a defendant who had previously failed to disclose cyber harassment convictions when they first registered with the ACCA... Read More

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13 April - Melodie Thompson

Businesses have a duty of care towards their employees' wellbeing whether or not they are working from home or on furlough. Read More

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8 April - 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. It features insight and advice on developments affecting private... Read More

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7 April - Felicity Rowan

In a speech by Mark Steward, Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight on 24 March at the AML and ABC Forum, the FCA has further reinforced its role in... Read More

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6 April - Tim Forer

On 3 March 2021, in his Budget announcement, the Chancellor announced an extension of the furlough scheme to the end of September 2021 for all parts of the UK. The... Read More

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1 April - Ben Coulson

Where there is a will there is a way, as the saying goes, and where there is no Will, there could be problems coming the way of your family or... Read More

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1 April - Ben Coulson

Believe it or not, everybody has an estate, which includes everything you own. If your estate is large enough, Inheritance Tax may become payable. It is therefore a very good... Read More

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1 April - Rajiv Joshi

April is the usual month for legislative changes and increases in statutory rates and this year is no exception. From a significant extension of the scope of the National Minimum... Read More

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29 March - Rob Jefferies

If you are drafting a contract, there are crucial things to bear in mind. We look at what you should include in order to avoid conflict and help your business... Read More

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29 March - Rob Jefferies

When it comes to writing a contract, you can draft one yourself or have solicitors produce one for you. We look at the dangers involved in drafting your own contract... Read More