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Dilapidations & Commercial Leases: 5 tips to avoid excessive costs
Rebecca Davidson gives her top 5 tips for avoiding costly dilapidations claims in commercial leases.
Published Friday 18th August 2017
Causation – The unknown hurdle in medical negligence claims
Sophie Allinson explains what is meant by the term causation and the difficulties in proving it in Medical Negligence claims.
Published Friday 11th August 2017
Gotcha! Adultery and modern-day divorce
In her first blog, Family Law Solicitor Zoë Tremeer-Holme explores the use of adultery as a ground for divorce.
Published Friday 4th August 2017
The litigation process
Disputes Lawyer George Farrer gives an overview of the civil litigation process.
Published Thursday 27th July 2017
Telecommunications Wayleave Agreements
Abigail Clucas explains telecommunications wayleave agreements, which allow operators to use equipment on private land.
Published Thursday 20th July 2017
Disciplinary hearings - avoiding the pitfalls
HR Consultant Julie Davis highlights the main pitfalls and problems surrounding disciplinary hearings with employees.
Published Friday 14th July 2017
A house buyer’s guide to restrictive covenants
When purchasing a home, it is important that buyers are aware of restrictive covenants in order to avoid costly mistakes.
Published Friday 7th July 2017
Fixed term contracts
HR Consultant Eleanor Morland explains fixed term contracts and important regulations for employers to note.
Published Wednesday 28th June 2017
Mediation – We can work it out!
Solicitor Joanne Grey explains mediation and the benefits of using the approach during separation.
Published Thursday 22nd June 2017
Should I become a franchisee?
Emma Armstrong explains the benefits and drawbacks to becoming a franchisee.
Published Thursday 15th June 2017
An introduction to SDLT
Anita Jobling gives an introduction to SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) when dealing with residential properties.
Published Friday 9th June 2017
Commercial leases: A guide to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
Rebecca Davidson explains the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, an important piece of legislation which is relevant to all commercial leases.
Published Thursday 1st June 2017