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Did you know that marriage or the creation of a civil partnership revokes a Will?

Alison Lloyd

23.09.2021

With marriages and civil partnerships having to be postponed on more than one occasion for a huge number of people…

Family and divorce | Wills tax and trusts

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Alzheimer’s disease and NHS Continuing Healthcare funding

Nicholas Endean

21.09.2021

As the nation gets older and the strains on social care become greater and greater, the number of people suffering…

Community care | Court of protection

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Helping to protect your property and finances when diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

Fiona Heald

21.09.2021

There are many things to deal with when someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, but what’s important to remember is that…

Court of protection | Wills tax and trusts

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How long will it take to administer my estate?

Samantha King

17.09.2021

One of the first questions I am asked by clients is how long will the administration of the estate take? …

Probate | Wills tax and trusts

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Data Protection: Courts reduce the type of legal claim available for cyber-attacks

John Warchus

06.09.2021

Warren v DSG Retail Limited Background In a recent High Court decision that will be welcomed by data controllers and…

Commercial | IP, technology and media

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Reimagining the future of your business after lockdown

Moore Barlow

03.09.2021

As more and more of us return to work and businesses continue to open their doors back up, we take…

Corporate | IP, technology and media

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Share buybacks: advice for buyers and sellers

Mark Lucas

02.09.2021

Share buybacks are very useful in allowing shareholders to leave a company without the other shareholders buying them out or…

Corporate

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What is the legal status of cryptocurrency in the UK?

Louise Hayward

02.09.2021

What is cryptocurrency? In short, cryptocurrency is a virtual currency which is recorded on a digital ‘ledger’. Cryptocurrency relies on…

Corporate | IP, technology and media

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What are statutory books and records?

Cherie Lawson

02.09.2021

A business’s statutory books contain the records of those who are the directors, secretaries and persons of significant control of…

Corporate

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Unfair health and safety related dismissal – Mr B Gibson v Lothian Leisure

Michelle Tudor

02.09.2021

Mr B Gibson v Lothian Leisure background Like many businesses, Lothian Leisure faced issues when lockdown hit during March 2020.…

Employment

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Harassment and constructive dismissal– Driscoll (née Cobbing) v & P Global Ltd and another

David Ludlow

02.09.2021

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held Driscoll (née Cobbing) v & P Global Ltd and another that a Constructive…

Employment

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Government publishes response to consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace

Katherine Maxwell

02.09.2021

On 11 July 2019, the Government Equalities Office launched a consultation on how best to tackle sexu-al harassment in the…

Employment


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