Category: Newsletters

articles

13 June - Karl Foster

This article was first written for the Western Mail, published on 20 June 2019. With Uber set to ban passengers with poor ratings, Karl Foster, of Blake Morgan, explores the... Read More

case studies

13 June - Justin Weare

Blake Morgan acted in the recent Court of Appeal case of Potamianos.  In its judgment, the Court of Appeal provided guidance as to the circumstances in which, in the context... Read More

events

We would like to invite you to a roundtable discussion taking place on 11 July in our Southampton office starting at 8.30 am, in conjunction with leading actuarial advisors Lane Clark... Read More

guides

As a leading UK law firm with strong international connections across the globe through TAGLaw, our exceptionally talented and specialist lawyers have the experience and the drive to help you... Read More

newsletters

13 June - 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. Insight and advice on developments affecting private individuals. Probate... Read More

training

Are you interested in improving your knowledge of data protection? Data protection law has changed. From 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018... Read More

articles

13 June - John Shallcross

Updated 20 June 2019 by John Shallcross, originally published 18 May 2018. The Autumn Budget of 22 November 2017 was an exciting Budget for those of us who live and... Read More

articles

13 June - Ruth Christy

This article was first published by Employee Benefits on 18 June. Under the Good Work Plan, published in December 2018, from 6 April 2020 every new employee and worker will... Read More

articles

13 June - Laura Richards

It's a question we hear all the time. We regularly see clients who want to make provision for a person within their family who is vulnerable and may not be... Read More

articles

13 June - Sadie Pitman

Planning permission is required for the "carrying out of any development on land" pursuant to section 57(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 ("the TCPA"), with the definition... Read More

events

We are delighted to invite you to the Society of Construction Law seminar at our Cardiff office on Wednesday 3 July 2019. This presentation discusses the Court of Appeal decision... Read More

articles

13 June - Ben Evans

Over the last few weeks we have had sight of numerous letters sent to trade mark owners by "Stern Young & Partners Intellectual Property". The letters are addressed to trade... Read More

articles

13 June - Nia Evans

This article was first published by People Management on 12 June. With travel disruption caused by extreme weather conditions, airline company collapses, airlines struggling to keep to flight schedules, or... Read More

events

We are delighted to invite you to the third HR Forum of our Spring series of lunchtime HR Forums on Thursday 27 June 2019 in our Oxford office in conjunction with Hays.... Read More

articles

13 June - Ben Brice

The publication this week of the Charity Commission's regulatory inquiry report into Oxfam brings with it a renewed focus on safeguarding and risk management issues for the charity sector as... Read More

articles

13 June - James Bessey

Our team was engaged within hours of the tragic Grenfell fire in 2017 and has since built up an enviable track record of supporting clients in this area. We have... Read More

articles

13 June - Olivia Shenton-Taylor

Last year we reviewed the High Court case of Habberfield v Habberfield, which has since been subject to appeal and you can read here. In essence, the case considered a... Read More

events

Blake Morgan and Hays invite you to our seminar on the off-payroll working rules in the private sector on 17 July in our Cardiff office. On 5 March 2019, HMRC... Read More