Legal Updates


No-Deal Brexit: Commercial Contracts/Relationships

16 Jan 2019

On the 15 January 2019, MPs overwhelmingly rejected Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal. Assuming she survives today’s no-confidence vote, the PM now has a further period of three working days to present a revised deal or submit a different approach.  If there is not a general consensus in parliament for this (or she does not […]


Brexit No-Deal: Data Protection Impacts

16 Jan 2019

Yesterday (15 January 2019), MPs voted against Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal and the PM today faces a vote of no-confidence. If May survives the vote, she will have three working days to come up with and present to MPs a “Plan B”. Failure to receive backing for Plan B could result in a “no-deal” Brexit. […]


Supreme Court ruling changes landscape for landlords and tenants

17 Dec 2018

A recent Supreme Court ruling has given tenants increased rights As most landlords and tenants will know, where a property is occupied by the tenant for the purposes of its business and is not contracted out of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the “Act”), a tenant will have security of tenure, which means they […]


Tribunal decision gives telecoms operators increased access rights

16 Nov 2018

An important decision of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) in favour of the operator suggests that operators will be more forceful in their approach to dealings with landowners. Landowners will be forced to allow operators onto their land for initial non-invasive inspections where they compensate the landowner and it is in the public interest for […]

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