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


17 September - Stephen Evans

Following the announcement in July that the Wills Act 1837 is set to be amended to allow for video witnessing of Wills, we look at the impact this will have... 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


17 September - Mark Jones

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As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many thousands of people started working from home for the first time and often at very short notice.  As more workplaces are opening... Read More


10 September - 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. It features insight and advice on developments affecting private... Read More


10 September - Cathrine Bryant

We live in extraordinary times. The last five months have seen unprecedented government intervention into our lives in so many ways, not least the massive economic contribution made in a... Read More


On Thursday 24 September we are hosting the first in a series of webinars for our Public Sector Network Group. Read More


9 September - Eve Piffaretti

Blake Morgan's Public Sector legal experts have put together a review of the latest news within the area from August. Welsh Government announce multi-million pound support package for local authorities... Read More


8 September - Bradley Albuery

On 1 September the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) issued draft guidance regarding the management of hearings during the COVID-19 pandemic for those regulators whose work they oversee. They are seeking... Read More


27 August - Richard Wade

The UK economy has been officially declared to be in recession and suicide bidding in construction projects will not help. This article was first published in Business Matters Magazine on... Read More


26 August - Samuel Hardy

Lockdown vetoed many things – notably, marriage and civil partnership ceremonies. What legal implications could postponement of your big day have? Read More