Just before the Easter break the Law Commission launched its consultation for the 14th Programme of Law reform.
Under the Law Commissions Act 1965... Read more »
Leasehold Solutions Limited & Leasehold Valuers Limited
These companies have ceased trading and have written to their clients indicating that... Read more »
Are you sure that is a cup of tea? It is in a mug, and I don’t drink mine with lemon…
Semantic interpretation or just pedantic... Read more »
Today (8th March) marks International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women,... Read more »
In case you were wondering prior to inoculating your children against COVID-19 there is quite a substantial volume of Public and Private case law... Read more »
The Annual Spring ALEP Lecture will be a virtual event, happening during w/c 1st March, reflecting on the recent cladding crisis. Our own Senior... Read more »
The Times has reported that Rishi Sunak will extend the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday for a further three months, till the end of June. This will... Read more »
I’ve often been concerned that in cases of domestic abuse attendance at court can actually make the traumas suffered worse. It’s not the first... Read more »
Is it too soon to start thinking of Spring? We think not.
If you’re one of the 14.2 million Baby Boomers in the UK considering when to retire, as... Read more »
A big day in the employment law world. The Uber decision is out and Uber drivers have officially been classified as workers and are not self-employed... Read more »