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Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday: Can this kick start our housing market at last?

Clare Andrews


Clare Andrews looks at the cut in Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) and what it means for the housing market. Following a couple of months of uncertainty in the property market as a result of Covid-19, the Government has now provided some good news for home buyers, with changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax taking […]

Real estate | Residential property


Chancellor unveils coronavirus recovery plan to save jobs

Katherine Maxwell


Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a £30bn plan to boost the economy and prevent mass unemployment as the financial effects of the coronavirus wear on. We have summarised the key points below which will be of interest to employers: Job retention scheme The furlough scheme is due to be phased out over the summer before coming […]

Covid recovery | Employment


Case Law: WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various Claimants

Naomi Greenwood


When is an employer vicariously liable (i.e. responsible) for the conduct of its employee? This came up in the case WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various Claimants, involving supermarket chainMorrisons and a disgruntled employee. The employee was a senior internal auditor who, acting on a grudge after having been disciplined previously, published personal information about […]



The variations enigma – TUPE and pre-transfer changes

Emma Edis


In the case of Ferguson and others v Astrea Asset Management Ltd, four directors and shareholders of an estate management company fell foul of the TUPE – Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) – Regulations and were dismissed for gross misconduct. The four claimants were directors and senior employees of Lancer Property Asset Management. The […]