June 2016 Archive

Blake Morgan secures win in High Court Appeal Centre

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Blake Morgan has secured victory for a client in long standing enforcement proceedings by defeating an appeal of a decision from the High Court of Justice. More …

Brexit – the potential impact on travel to the EU

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Whilst the UK has voted to leave the EU, it is not clear as to what that exit will look like or as to how we will construe the laws that we have adopted over the last 40 years. More …

Brexit: the implications for employers

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As the shockwaves from the EU referendum result continue to be felt and the political landscape undergoes seismic change, we look at what employers need to know. More …

We've voted to leave: what now for information governance?

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The result of the referendum last Thursday will have major implications in many areas of law, and none more so than information governance. More …

Brexit: The view from our chairman

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Now that the dust is settling on the UK's decision to leave the EU, our clients are asking what this means for them. More …

Brexit and the Impact on Planning

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David Cameron started today with an emotional speech acknowledging that the " British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected". More …

Brexit: what this means for Real Estate

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Real Estate markets, whether commercial or residential, always prefer certainty. More …

Brexit: what this means for Private Law

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Once we've formally extracted ourselves from the EU, what will this mean on death for people owning assets in Europe - or where one spouse is 'European' and the other is now not? More …

Brexit: what this means for Employment Law

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The people have decided – the UK will leave the European Union. So what happens now for Employment laws? More …

Brexit: what this means for Family Law

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The Brexit vote will likely have a knock-on effect on a range of family matters governed by the current system, which pulls together strands of EU and domestic legislation into a single Family law regime. Changes are likely to be felt most keenly by international families. More …