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12 May - Nichola Gordon-Jones

The majority of professionals are now working from home or remotely as a result of the COVID-19 restrictions. This could result in more professional negligence claims being made. Some professionals... Read More


12 May - Debra Gers

The Chancellor has just announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, better known as the furlough scheme, is to be extended by another four months and will continue to the... Read More


12 May - Lara Borrett-Lynch

The Cabinet Office issued guidance on the performance and enforcement of contracts impacted by the COVID-19 emergency on 7 May. This guidance on new home contracts may have unwanted consequences... Read More


11 May - Nichola Gordon-Jones

Despite the general perception that the activities of the country are put on 'pause', it does not mean that your legal matter should also be paused. Our litigators have put... Read More


11 May - Mike Wilson

Blake Morgan continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation. Our priority is to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, clients and other business contacts, as well as... Read More


4 May - John Shallcross

The operation of the rules for the 3% surcharge is complex. One current concern relates to the three year rules. These can apply where someone retained their old home when... Read More


1 May - Kath Shimmin

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Blake Morgan's Banking and Finance team has been assisting clients across a range of sectors, with issues on their banking facilities. We have collated the... Read More


On Thursday 7 May, Blake Morgan hosted a webinar on the impact COVID-19 is having on finance arrangements. Read More


29 April - Lisa Parsons

The Home Office has published guidance on how employers may conduct right to work checks, given the guidance for workers to stay at home. It remains an offence to knowingly... Read More


27 April - Penny Rinta-Suksi

Public bodies should pay close attention to the Procurement Policy Note (PPN 02/20) that has been released by the Government or risk suppliers bringing legal action against them. On 20... Read More


27 April - Laura Sherratt

We hope that you and all of those close to you are safe and well in these difficult times we find ourselves in. We know that many charity leaders, whether... Read More


24 April - Anna Larbi

On Thursday evening the Government announced further measures to limit the ability of landlords to take action against commercial tenants for non-payment of rent. These new measures supplement provisions introduced... Read More