IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Natalie Marrison
  April 2, 2020
Commencing this week a large percentage of Court Buildings will close in the interest of following the Government Guidelines.157 of Courts will remain open, dealing with priority work.This represents just 42% of the normal Courts open throughout the Country.
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 Natalie Marrison
  March 27, 2020
​In these unprecedented times, litigators wondered how Courts and all parties would cope with deadlines, where delays were inevitable.
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 Hilary Garnett
  March 25, 2020
The Coronavirus Bill is currently going through Parliament. Section 82 of the Bill, when enacted, contains provisions to ensure that no business will be forced out of their premises if they miss a payment in the next 3 months.
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 Jeremy Cook
  February 26, 2020
Health and Safety is an issue that effects all businesses, large or small and irrespective of the type of business they carry out. A recent case involving a Sheffield based firm serves as a stark reminder as to the potentially disastrous results should a company fall foul of the relevant regulations.
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 Hilary Garnett
  February 4, 2020
In his post last year – Stephen Newman of Ramsdens’ Corporate department advised company directors on their duties, as set out in sections 171 to 177 of the Companies Act 2006
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 Emily Walker
  January 28, 2020
Pursuant to Rule 12.12 of the Committee of Advertising Practice, botulinum toxin injections (like Botox) are categorised as prescription only medicines and therefore cannot be advertised to the public (not even by a registered medical professional).
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  December 19, 2019
Nick Armitage gives his opinion on the latest landlord and tenant laws set out in the Queen's Speech.
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  October 30, 2019
Katie Whitehead looks at the governments proposal to abolish section 21 notices, known as the "non-faults" eviction process and what this will mean for landlords.
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