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Over two years on: ensuring you are still GDPR compliant as an employer

Stephanie Clark

18.09.2020

The 25 May 2020 marked two years since the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into force. Within the UK GDPR is implemented through the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA). Before the implementation of the DPA, businesses were busy making the necessary preparations to ensure that they would be compliant under the new regulations. This […]

Employment

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Is it true that divorces peak in September?

Sarah French

18.09.2020

This September poses new challenges for separating couples. We as family lawyers often experience a busy period in September. Sadly, this is the time when, following the summer break, couples facing difficulties within their marriage feel that this is a time to have a new start and to consider their options. This year is also […]

Family and divorce

Case study

Restructuring a family business for the third generation

Mark Lucas

17.09.2020

Moore Barlow has many clients who are family businesses. From entrepreneurial investment vehicles, to landed estates and rural businesses, to thriving privately-owned software and manufacturing companies, we walk alongside our clients as they hand down their businesses through their generations, helping them to flourish, change, restructure and take advantage of opportunities, capital injections, tax and […]

Corporate | Real estate | Rural services

Podcast

Protecting wealth – unmarried couples

Katy Barber

17.09.2020

Welcome to the third and last in a series of three podcasts covering protecting family wealth. Katy Barber, senior associate in the family law team discusses the importance of protecting your ownership of a property when cohabiting with a partner.

Family and divorce

Case study

Moore Barlow secure a 90% liability settlement in a birth injury clinical negligence claim

Paul Kingsley

15.09.2020

Moore Barlow have secured a 90% liability settlement at a “remote” video settlement meeting for “JJJ”, an eight year old girl who suffered serious neurological injury during her pre-term delivery at St. Richard’s Hospital, Chichester in 2012. JJJ is sadly at the more severe end of the spectrum of disabilities that are seen – she […]

Clinical negligence

Blog

New protection for customers to supply contracts – CIGA 2020

John Warchus

09.09.2020

As a result of the Corporate Insolvency Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) coming into force at the end of June, existing protection for customers in relation to the supply of goods and services has been greatly extended and now means that suppliers will not be able to terminate supply contracts or impose other conditions during after […]

Commercial

Podcast

Protecting wealth – pre and post nuptial agreements

Katy Barber

09.09.2020

Welcome to the second in a series of three podcasts covering protecting family wealth. Katy Barber, senior associate in the family law team discusses the importance of planning financial arrangements early on and how pre- and post-nuptial agreements can help protect your wealth.

Family and divorce

Blog

Debt Recovery Update: Enforcement of debts via High Court Enforcement Officers

Benjamin Millward

02.09.2020

Back in April 2020, we wrote about the impact lockdown was having on debt recovery in this article Debt recovery during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. As part of that guidance, we advised that High Court Enforcement Officers (“HCEOs”) had suspended attendances at both commercial and residential properties. On 25 April 2020, the Taking Control of […]

Debt recovery

Podcast

Protecting wealth – the bank of Mum and Dad

Katy Barber

02.09.2020

Welcome to the first in a series of three podcasts covering protecting family wealth. Katy Barber, senior associate in the family law team discusses the issues that may occur when parents and grandparents to loan money to their children and grandchildren.

Family and divorce

Event

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

Moore Barlow

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 […]

Corporate | Covid recovery

Case study

Vital debt recovery claim for a local business

Benjamin Millward

02.09.2020

It has become clearer over the past few months the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting Government restrictions are having on businesses up and down the country. It seems that on an almost weekly basis we are hearing about the latest company to enter into administration. Whilst there may be many reasons to cause […]

Debt recovery

Event

Webinar: Legal masterclass – Investing in distressed businesses

Moore Barlow

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 […]

Corporate | Covid recovery


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