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Renters Reform and Leasehold Reform highlighted in King’s speech

Duncan McGregor, Head of Residential Property It was no surprise to see in amongst the raft of bills and draft bills announced by the King both a Rent...

Hotel Management Agreements: Key Considerations for owners and management companies

Darcy MacMillan, Solicitor Hotel Management Agreements (HMAs) play a crucial role in establishing th...

Hotel Management Agreements – Key components

Darcy MacMillan, Solicitor Hotel Management Agreements (HMAs) are pivotal in defining the relationsh...

Force Majeure: The Implications of Non-Contractual Performance

By Laura Crowe, Associate The Supreme Court have recently handed down a judgment in the case of RTI ...

What a Labour Government means for UK Employment Law

By Sally Bird, Partner Whilst Labour’s election victory is certainly likely to keep employment law...

Menopause in the workplace: when to act and what steps to take

By Jake McManus, Solicitor. In recent years we have witnessed increased media attention on the topic...

Half-baked assessment of disability leads to rising dough.

By Lauren Ogden, Associate A visually impaired employee is seeking £112,000 in compensation after t...

“If you can’t say something nice don’t say nothing at all” (or at least don’t say it on WhatsApp)

By Kevin McKenna, Partner and Head of Employment It’s the timeless advice given by Thumper in the ...

ECCTA: Changing registration and transparency requirements for limited partnerships

By Partner, Helen Mather There is due to be a number of changes to the information that is required ...

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