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Join us on Tuesday 29 September 2020 at 4pm when the Law Commission will launch their consultation paper. Read More

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17 September - David Moore

The High Court has this week (Tuesday 15 September 2020) handed down judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) business interruption insurance test case, which will no doubt be of... Read More


8 July - Aimee Cook

The High Court has recently considered whether a defence of frustration can be struck out or summary judgment given. In Natixis & Anr v Famfa Oil Ltd, the High Court... Read More


On Wednesday 1 July we hosted a webinar on essential business planning challenges for the new working norm. Read More


23 June - Jon Belcher

This blog was originally published in Business Matters magazine on the 23rd June 2020. In my column on 4 May in Business Matters magazine, I reported that the UK government... Read More


22 June - Nicola Rochon

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has confirmed interrupted days will come to an end on 29 July 2020. End of extensions to deadlines As we previously reported, following the... Read More


15 June - Penny Rinta-Suksi

COVID-19 is having a significant impact on the economy and posing an ever increasing challenge to many businesses in the UK. The situation continues to be fast moving, with new measures being... Read More


11 June - Penny Rinta-Suksi

The Cabinet Office has published Procurement Policy Note (PPN) 04/20: Recovery and Transition from COVID-19, which provides information and guidance for public bodies on payment of their suppliers to ensure... Read More


11 June - Justin Weare

Since the UK Government announced the lockdown on 23 March 2020, Blake Morgan's Litigation team has spent over 75 hours in remote hearings including 13 applications, a week-long trial and... Read More


2 June - Heather Welham

Somewhat unsurprisingly, the current climate has seen the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) receive increasing numbers of complaints from consumers in relation to cancellations and refunds within contractual relationships. As... Read More


On Thursday 4 June, Blake Morgan and Griffins hosted a joint webinar on Directors' duties and the effect of suspension of wrongful trading obligations. Read More


20 May - Charlotte Boatman

With the outbreak of COVID-19, there are many companies who are unfortunately not able to fulfil their contractual duties to other businesses. The recent case of Bains v Arunvill Capital... Read More