Buildings insurance premiums are generally one of the least challenged annual charges as between landlords and tenants – although there has been a... Read more »
Maybe a year ago I was asked to provide a note on Section 20 Major Works Charges and, as with these things, the starting point was to consider the... Read more »
The Government has recently updated its position regarding tenants, affected by coronavirus, who will receive further protection against evictions... Read more »
As role models go Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are as A List as they come.
It’s therefore a salutary reminder, writes Louise Barretto, Head of our... Read more »
The Garrick Club, a famous private members club in London’s West End, is in the news as its 189 year old rule relating to male only membership rule... Read more »
Louise Barretto, Head of our Family Law team comments on a showbiz rift, which raises a familiar Family Law problem.
It was reported via The People... Read more »
Our Senior Partner and Head of the Landlord & Tenant team, Mark Chick, provides further commentary and opinion in this latest article.
As I... Read more »
It seems that it has, suggest Rachel Waller and Michael Kashis, two of our specialist Data Protection law experts. The Secretary of State for Health,... Read more »
I have often felt that some of my clients have been living with domestic abuse for many years, without even realising it, writes Louise Barretto, Head... Read more »
It may seem odd, but did you know that as the 1836 Marriage Act currently stands only Jewish and Quaker weddings are permitted to take place outdoors?... Read more »