Moore Barlow receives top rankings in Chambers & Partners UK 2021 guide

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow has gained widespread recognition in Chambers & Partner UK 2021 rankings, one of the UK’s leading guides to the top lawyers and law firms. This is the first time Moore Barlow has featured in the directory since the merger between Moore Blatch and Barlow Robbins in May 2020. […]

Moore Barlow raises £1,100 for YMCA and homelessness charities

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow is proud to announce its recent participation in the YMCA Sleep Easy challenge, which looks to raise awareness and funds for the YMCA and UK homelessness services. A team of volunteers from the firm recently took on the challenge of the YMCA Sleep Easy event, originally planned for […]

SKS Business Services acquire Bailey Group with legal advice provided by Moore Barlow

SKS Business Services Ltd (SKS), an award-winning firm of chartered accountants and finance outsource specialists, have acquired chartered accountants Bailey Group with legal advice provided by Moore Barlow.  Acquisition financing was provided by Shard Credit Partners. SKS’s acquisition of Bailey Group grows the firm’s geographical reach as it gains an established base in the North […]

Moore Barlow ranked as top tier law firm across the South East

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow has gained widespread recognition in the latest UK edition of the independent legal directory Legal 500. This is the first time Moore Barlow has featured in the directory since the merger between Moore Blatch and Barlow Robbins in May 2020. The combination of both firm’s strengths has resulted […]

Moore Barlow supports first national Cauda Equina Syndrome awareness day

National law firm Moore Barlow is proud to support the Cauda Equina Champions Charity as they launch the first annual cauda equina syndrome (CES) awareness day. The awareness day, which will take place on Thursday 1st October 2020, is seeking to educate members of the public on the key signs and symptoms to look out […]

Moore Barlow advises Transparity Solutions as they receive significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity

Dorset based Transparity Solutions, a fast-growing Microsoft cloud specialist, has received significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity with South East law firm Moore Barlow providing Transparity with legal advice. Transparity Solutions provides a complete range of Microsoft cloud solutions supporting large UK corporates and enterprises. This sector has seen a big growth in demand […]

Moore Barlow lawyer ranked in global Future Female Leaders list

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow is proud to announce that senior associate, Amandeep Khasriya, has been named as a Future Leader in HERoes Women Role Model List 2020. The HERoes 100 Women Future Female Leader’s list, released by diversity and inclusion network INvolve, celebrates 100 inspirational and high performing women who are not […]

Webinar: As the furlough scheme draws to an end, what are your workplace options?

As the furlough scheme draws to an end, what are your workplace options? With only a few weeks to go, it is certainly something on a lot of employers mind. Date: Wednesday 7 October 2020Presenters: Katherine Maxwell, Partner at Moore Barlow Emma Edis, Partner at Moore Barlow Stephanie Clark, Associate solicitor at Moore Barlow This […]

Webinar: New corporate insolvency rules – What are the risks and opportunities?

The UK Government has recently introduced new legislation to help directors and businesses deal with threats from creditors in these difficult times. Some provisions relate to dealing with the Covid-19 crisis specifically, but other changes are permanent, changing the law in far-reaching ways which include: new powers to directors to impose a moratorium on their […]

Webinar: Legal masterclass – Investing in distressed businesses

Our corporate experts discuss key risk areas to consider when investing in distressed businesses, share valuable insights into the opportunities of investing, and help you avoid the pitfalls. We outline some of the basic checks you should be making before investing, provide some pointers around keeping your deal on track amidst pressure from the other […]

Webinar: The ongoing challenge of bringing staff back to the workplace

Since 1 August, the government has given employers the green light to bring their employees back to the workplace (provided it is safe to do so), but it has been a slow trickle effect. Many people are opting to continue to work from home for a number of reasons, including health & safety, family commitments […]

Webinar: Contracts and insurance dispute management during Covid-19

Covid 19 raises a number of issues on contracts, including frustration and force majeure, which are especially important when these contracts are the lifeline of a business. Through the Cabinet Office, the government recently published its guidance on responsible contractual behaviour in the performance and enforcement of contracts impacted by the Covid-19 emergency. Some businesses […]

Webinar: Artificial Intelligence Technology

How artificial intelligence products and tools can enhance and add value to your business. Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly used in a range of different ways to improve customer experience, streamline work processes and provide predictive analysis – AI is set to transform and increase productivity. Our webinar will focus on how AI products and […]

Webinar: How can debt recovery improve cash flow during the coronavirus pandemic?

Whilst there may be many reasons to cause businesses to enter into liquidation, for SMEs it is often the impact of unpaid invoices and the negative effect that has on cash flow. The coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted businesses across the UK and around the world. Many businesses may have felt that there was little […]

Webinar: To return to work – or not

The challenges of coronavirus and how employers manage returning to work We are facing a time of uncertainty as employees are encouraged to return to the workplace for economic and well being reasons, whilst at the same time being asked to work from home where possible. With the potential for conflict between offices re-opening versus […]

UK points-based immigration system policy update

On 19 February, the government published the first details about its proposed new Immigration system planned to be operational on 1 January 2021. The government’s new system is designed to attract “highly skilled workers”, rather than the low skilled workers. Under the new system, employers will have to hold a ‘sponsor licence’ to employ all […]

Immigration for schools update: sponsored students affected by Coronavirus

The Home Office has released updated guidance to deal with individuals affected by travel restrictions associated with coronavirus (COVID-19). Tier 4 students affected by the coronavirus restrictions Tier 4 students are not normally permitted to undertake distance learning, however if they are forced to due to the current exceptional circumstances, this will not be considered […]

Applying for a visa to come to the UK during the coronavirus epidemic

At present, UK Visas & Immigration case working and compliance teams are still functioning and pending applications are being processed, albeit standard processing times are likely to be impacted. Although global travel is mostly on hiatus it is still technically possible to apply for visa online and some visa application centres are still operational, depending […]

Immigration update: Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance

The Home Office has updated it’s guidance for individuals affected by travel restrictions associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to travel restrictions because of coronavirus some individuals may be facing uncertainty in relation to the expiry date of their current visa or leave to remain in the United Kingdom. As this is because of circumstances beyond […]