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2 June

Most people will have only heard of a divorce as being a formal way of ending a marriage, however it is also possible to obtain another form of formal marriage... Read More

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2 June

In April 2021, a new set of international sustainable lending and finance principles called the social loan principles were announced. They were released in the backdrop of the global economy... Read More

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27 May

We have been made aware of emails circulating purporting to be from Lisa Turner, a Finance Assistant at Blake Morgan, which is incorrect. The fake mail addresses used are [email protected] Read More

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24 May

A recent case involving post-termination restrictions in franchise agreements highlights the importance of getting your agreements right. Read More

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24 May

Food safety sentencing is currently in the spotlight and we were pleased to bring you a mock trial and sentencing event on Wednesday 26 May. Two recent criminal prosecutions arguably... Read More

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20 May

Six years ago, shared parental leave was introduced by the coalition Government and hailed by Nick Clegg as an opportunity to "allow men to become more hands-on fathers and stop... Read More

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18 May

The latest quarterly Employment Tribunal statistics for the period October to December 2020 were published on 11 March 2021. The statistics show a 25% increase in single claims received and... Read More

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16 May

The case involves the well-known broadcaster Sky who were involved in a trade mark dispute with Skykick, a cloud migration company. We look at what the outcome means for trade marks. Read More

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13 May

The Government announced recently that the usual methods of conducting manual right to work checks must resume on 17 May 2021 and the current concession which has been in place... Read More

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13 May

It has been announced that the UK Government will undertake a full and independent public inquiry into its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposal is that the inquiry will... Read More

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12 May

Despite the widespread economic turbulence throughout 2020, we have seen the franchise sector remain buoyant and even set to expand in 2021 with more businesses recognising the speed and ease... Read More

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10 May

The proposed European Super League (ESL) came crashing down in April after nine of the 12 founding members pulled out following huge international backlash. The controversial competition, which aimed to... Read More