We have seen an increasing number of older couples getting divorced which seems to be down to a few reasons, such as the increasing financial... Read more »
‘The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards’ (“MEES”) have been brought into effect by the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England... Read more »
A Russian billionaire has appealed to the Court of Appeal against an order that the husband pay his former wife £453m. It is believed that the... Read more »
International Women’s Day is held to celebrate women's social, economic, cultural and political achievements throughout history and across nations... Read more »
International Women's Day is held to celebrate women's social, economic, cultural and political achievements throughout history and across nations and... Read more »
Members of our Landlord & Tenant and property litigation teams attended the ALEP Commonhold Lecture last week held at 11 Cavendish Square.
This... Read more »
February 2018 saw the first surrogacy guidance published by the Government for use in England and Wales.
This guidance, although not updating the... Read more »
A building being listed is a celebration of that building’s architectural and cultural value. Listed buildings also come under the protection of... Read more »