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 Nick Armitage
  January 27, 2021
The Supreme Court decision is welcomed as it brings a degree of clarity on the issue of what businesses can claim under their business interruption insurance policies in relation to Covid-19.
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 Nick Armitage
  January 18, 2021
Today the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Financial Conduct Authority v Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd and others.
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 Adam Cockroft
  November 26, 2020
Ramsdens corporate team, led by Adam Cockroft recently acted for a number of individual sellers in connection with the sale of their shares in a property development and management company to a connected but separately represented third party.
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  November 3, 2020
You can listen to Richard Dean , Partner in our Company & Commercial team where he talks about exit strategies for owner managers of limited companies particularly those which could be considered more achievable in light of covid.
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  October 26, 2020
Ramsdens corporate team, led by partner Richard Dean, advised Andy Hayes on his recent acquisition of Oliver’s Mount Racing Ltd.
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 Stephen Newman
  October 19, 2020
You will often find a clause in standard terms and conditions of sale which stipulates that the title to the goods sold remains with the seller until the purchase price is paid in full by the buyer. Clauses such as these are known as retention of title (ROT) clauses.
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  October 9, 2020
We are delighted to have achieved another year of great rankings in the Legal 500. This year we’ve ranked in eight practice areas across our Business and Personal services (including Corporate and Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Employment, Commercial Property, Family, Contentious Probate, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate and Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury: Claimant) and 20 solicitors have been recommended for their work.
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  August 17, 2020
Suppliers need to diligently monitor their customers, and their contracts with them, for signs of looming insolvency, so the supplier can act before they lose the right to do so under the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020, which, includes, taking away suppliers’ rights in commercial contracts to terminate a contract for non-payment if a customer is insolvent.
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