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22 September - Stephanie Walls

The Court has recently made an order that the Will of HRH The Prince Philip be sealed. If a Will is sealed copies will not be available to the public... Read More

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21 September - Jill Bainbridge

Protecting intellectual property rights (IPR) is important for the European economy but their infringement has a wider impact for consumers. Read More

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16 September - Vicky Schollar

With the end of the furlough scheme in sight, employers must now consider their next steps, if they have not already done so. Their organisation's current and future financial situation,... Read More

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16 September - Cathrine Bryant

On 7 September 2021, the UK Government announced an increase of 1.25% in national insurance contributions and a 1.25% increase in dividend tax. Read More

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14 September - Menna Chmielewski

As many employees return to the office for the first time in September, organisations may be thinking about how they adapt dress codes to reflect new hybrid working habits. Read More

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13 September - Sara Brown

A registered charity's particular use of a property will not be scrutinised by the courts when the court is determining if a property occupied by a charity is eligible for... Read More

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13 September - Eve Piffaretti

What are the reforms to the health sector? Our experts highlight the key points and examine the health and social care changes in the recently introduced Health and Social Care... Read More

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13 September - Joanna Corbett-Simmons

When is a Bordeaux not a Bordeaux?  When it's made in China (or anywhere outside of the Bordeaux region of France) of course! We review a landmark victory in China... Read More

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9 September - Michael Woonton

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the UK Government introduced the Coronavirus Act 2020 which, as well as halting evictions, increased the notice periods for both Section 8 and Section... Read More

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9 September - Mark Jones

We look at potential bribery and fraud risks in the construction sector and the importance of contractors having robust systems in place to ensure individuals have the relevant skills. Read More

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8 September - Monika Jones

There have been two recent developments in relation to right to work checks that will be welcomed by employers and late applicants to the EU Settlement Scheme as well as... Read More

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7 September - Nia Pawley

With many people still considering jetting off abroad, it is important to understand how to manage employees holidaying abroad and self-isolating. Read More