November 2016 Archive

Come and visit us at the Blake Morgan Coffee Cart at this year's CHC's Annual Conference!

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Lawyers from Blake Morgan’s social housing team will be at the CHC annual flagship event at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff on 1st and 2nd December. More …

The Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for private clients

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Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today. More …

A Chairman's view: Autumn Statement November 2016

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Its content had been widely leaked and speculated upon, so perhaps the biggest surprise in this Autumn Statement was the Chancellor’s announcement that it would be the last one. More …

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for UK business

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Tim Forer, a barrister specialising in employment and business at law firm Blake Morgan discusses the Autumn Statement. More …

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for Employment

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Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today. More …

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for Welsh Infrastructure

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Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today. More …

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for UK Infrastructure

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Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today. More …

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for Corporate Tax

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Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today. More …

Autumn Statement 2016: What this means for Residential Property

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Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today. More …

Wearable technology at work: why HR needs to get involved

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Jon Belcher, Senior Solicitor in our Data Protection team and Charlotte Marshall, Trainee Solicitor in our Employment law team, look at the increasing use of wearable technology at work (such as Apple watches, Google Glass and Fitbit), considering the legal issues that are raised and how HR should be responding. More …