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8 January

We have been made aware of emails circulating purporting to be from Blake Lapthorn. The email address used was [email protected] Scammers are attempting to persuade people to pay to them... Read More

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7 January - Elisabeth Bell

Predicting the future of technology is hard enough in a normal year. Where the pace of development and innovation continues unabated, seemingly limited only by our human imagination. Although in... Read More

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17 December - James Bessey

The Government announced this morning that a new £30m waking watch mitigation fund will be made available to help tackle mounting costs for leaseholders. The Government has also extended the... Read More

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16 December - Laura Sherratt

The Charity Commission has updated its Coronavirus Guidance for charities, which sets out some helpful advice for trustees running a charity during the coronavirus pandemic. Read More

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16 December - David G Miles

With the start of vaccination programmes giving us a light at the end of the tunnel employers' thoughts are turning to future organisational strategies and in the shorter term to... Read More

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15 December - Nia Pawley

Senior employment solicitor Nia Pawley examines all you need to know about garden leave in an article first published by HR Magazine on 14 December. With the high profile early... Read More

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15 December - Helena Rosenstein

Blake Morgan employment lawyer Helena Rosenstein examines how to manage furlough and holiday accrual at Christmas in an article first published in People Management on 14 December. The current Coronavirus... Read More

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11 December - Laura Sherratt

The Education Skills & Funding Agency (ESFA) has provided financial management guidance for Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs). On 27 October 2020, the ESFA published new guidance for Audit Committees of MATs.... Read More

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11 December - Eleanor Tanner

Sometimes in family litigation, a party to the proceedings is deemed not to have capacity to conduct the litigation themselves. Such a party is called a 'protected party'. In these... Read More

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10 December - Simon Burge

Obtaining a Jewish divorce is completely separate from obtaining a civil divorce, but how do the two interlink? Read More

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10 December - Simon Stokes

Simon Stokes, a partner in our technology team, looks at the impact of Article 27 of the EU GDPR on UK businesses. Read More

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9 December - Arshoo Singh

The Law Society and the consumer expert, Which? have recently reported a record increase in will-making during the current global crisis. However, an estimated 40% of the UK public still... Read More