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The potential reform of non-compete clauses and how IP rights can help to fill the gap

01 Apr 2021

As the Government consider restricting the use of non-compete clauses in order to aid post-lockdown economic recovery and growth, Humna Nadim and Paulina Kasprzak look at how IP rights might subsequently become more prevalent in employment contracts.

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PODCAST: Licences in principle – a developer’s tool

31 Mar 2021

Listen now. Head of Licensing Felicity Tulloch talks to Place North West’s in our latest podcast partnership, exploring the benefits and uses of licences in principle for developers.

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'No jab, no job': HR Breakfast Club

30 Mar 2021

On the 25th March Kuits hosted this webinar as part of the HR Breakfast Club series, offering expert guidance and advice to employers and HR managers on the latest hot topics, including ‘no jab, no job’ policies.  

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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards in tenanted non-domestic properties

29 Mar 2021

Kuits Commercial Property Associate Charlotte Barker offers a reminder on the current regulations governing MEES and what impact future proposals might have.

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Non-fungible tokens: tax implications to look out for with NFTs

25 Mar 2021

The sale of non-fungible tokens is expected to become the new norm over the coming years, but what tax implications do you need to think about? In this article, Tax Specialist Elaine Roche explains all that you should look out for.

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Commercial landlords: recovery of unpaid rents update

24 Mar 2021

With the roadmap out of lockdown recently announced, Kuits Commercial Property Associate Charlotte Barker revisits the position on a landlord’s ability to recover unpaid rents from tenants under commercial leases.

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Management companies: handover

22 Mar 2021

Corporate Senior Associate Helen Mather explains what a developer can expect during the ‘handover’ of their management company once their last plot has sold.

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Update to business rates relief

17 Mar 2021

Kuits Commercial Property Associate Charlotte Barker provides an update on business rates relief and what to expect after the extension ends at the end of June.

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The return of al fresco dining: what you need to know

15 Mar 2021

The Communities Secretary has announced the planning changes put in place last year are here to stay for the summer of 2021. In this article, the Kuits Licensing team look at what the changes were and what they mean for hospitality businesses as they plan a phased re-opening.

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Management companies: articles of association

15 Mar 2021

The Kuits Corporate team outlines the key considerations management companies need to think about when drafting their articles of association.

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CMA publishes full infringement decision relating to pricing collusion

12 Mar 2021

Competition law specialist Claire Meyers discusses the recent decision by the Competition and Markets Authority into infringement of competition regime.

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Roadmap out of lockdown: what does this mean for employers?

12 Mar 2021

The Kuits Employment team look at what the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown means for employers and their ‘return to office’ strategies.

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Management companies: type of company

08 Mar 2021

In this article as part of our series on management companies, Corporate Solicitor Sheridan Broude provides insight into how and why you might set one up.

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How Favoured Customer Clauses can result in a breach of Competition Law

01 Mar 2021

Intellectual Property Partner Claire Meyers discusses what a favoured customer clause is and what happens when the law says the competition regime has been breached.

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Ryanair’s “jab & go!” ads held to be misleading and irresponsible

19 Feb 2021

Intellectual Property Solicitor Helen Harmel discusses the controversial Ryanair TV adverts that received 2370 complaints and lead to the Advertising Standards Authority ruling the advert irresponsible.

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Search orders: what you need to know

18 Feb 2021

Our Intellectual Property team explain the process of obtaining and executing search orders as a way of preserving crucial evidence for a trial.

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Claimant awarded £25,000 in damages for defamatory review

18 Feb 2021

Intellectual Property specialist Helen Harmel discusses the recent case of ‘Summerfield Browne v Waymouth’, and the difference between a bad review and a defamatory review.

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Cryptocurrency and HMRC: what taxes can you expect to pay on your crypto assets?

17 Feb 2021

Tax Partners Elaine Roche and Paul Bricknell outline important taxation factors crypto investors should consider and explore how they can mitigate their tax.

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Family law: what changes are expected in 2021?

16 Feb 2021

Following the impact of Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic, Family Solicitor Ayesha Griffin outlines the changes you can expect within family law during 2021.

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Landmark Supreme Court judgment on business interruption

15 Feb 2021

The latest Supreme Court ruling on business interruption clauses has shown the importance of policyholder’s reviewing their policies. Litigation Senior Associate Phillip Warburton discusses.

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Defamation: liability of an employer

15 Feb 2021

With a recent increase in allegations of defamation, Intellectual Property Senior Associate Humna Nadim explains how a defendant’s employer can be held liable.

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Right to Regenerate: what is the new Government consultation?

15 Feb 2021

In this article, Planning Solicitor Victoria Leam looks at the new ‘Right to Regenerate’ consultation and why the Government is still pushing for redevelopment of unused land.

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Copyright: joint authorship of film screenplay determined

11 Feb 2021

Intellectual Property Senior Associate Helen Harmel discusses the Court’s judgement in assessing the joint authorship of the screenplay ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’.

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Upper Tribunal moves in favour of landowners in landmark case

01 Feb 2021

Kuits Property Litigation solicitor Hasin Amin comments on a recent case in the Lands Chamber of the Upper Tribunal and discusses why landowners can take comfort in the outcome.

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A timely reminder to directors on statutory duties

29 Jan 2021

Kuits Head of Restructuring and Insolvency, Richard Palmer explains how a recent High Court case provided a useful reminder to company directors about their statutory duties.

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