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8 December - Jennifer Williamson

Fewer people than ever before are using a solicitor when their relationship ends. Is divorce without legal advice a savvy financial decision or one to be regretted 'until death us... Read More

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2 December - Gemma Casey

After the difficult year we've all had, it may seem like the perfect time to market a pick-me-up in the form of a food supplement. We take a look at... Read More

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27 November - Christine Plews

Family mediation can be a very effective method of resolving difficult family circumstances. Couples do separate, or get divorced, but this doesn't necessarily have to be through the courts, family... Read More

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25 November - Daniel Curtis

Last week (20 November) Blake Morgan and the Southern Policy Centre launched their research report exploring the future of the central South’s city centres. Read More

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20 November - Nicola Rochon

The UK Government made an important announcement on 19 November that is a major change to its service rules where a UK address is required for service. It will have... Read More

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18 November - Tim Forer

With employers now making provisions for more/extended furlough arrangements following the Prime Minister's surprise announcement on 31 October that the furlough scheme would be extended beyond its original end date... Read More

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16 November - Ruth Christy

Following the recent adverse publicity for university students regarding self-isolation and courses delivered online, some aspiring undergraduates may be rethinking a degree option. What alternatives can employers offer? The Government... Read More

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16 November - John Shallcross

The stamp duty land tax (SDLT) treatment of purchases of mixed use property, such as a building with flats over commercial property, is complicated.  Where there are a number of... Read More

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12 November - Sarah Carter

The deadlines for filing company accounts has been extended. On 27 June 2020 the Companies etc. (Filing Requirements) (Temporary Modifications) Regulations 2020 (the Regulations) came into effect. The Regulations introduced... Read More

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10 November - Madeleine Mould

Furlough has the potential to skew an organisation’s gender pay gap significantly. We consider what furlough might mean for organisations preparing their data ahead of the next gender pay gap... Read More

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10 November - James Davies

What are the risks of an informal agreement upon divorce, and how can you protect yourself? We take a look at the importance of consent orders. Read More

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5 November - Madeleine Mould

Settlement has recently been reached in a case brought by care workers against three homecare service providers regarding entitlement to national minimum wage for time spent travelling and/or waiting between... Read More