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 Nick Armitage
  November 24, 2021
The government has published a draft bill to deal with unpaid rent arrears that arose during the pandemic. Landlords and tenants that have been unable to reach agreement on rent arrears accrued during the pandemic, facing a binding arbitration process.
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 Nick Armitage
  November 23, 2021
The 137th Practice Direction Update came into force on 12th November 2021 bringing about further reform to the Disclosure Pilot Scheme (DPS) under Practice Direction 51U.
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 Nick Armitage
  November 10, 2021
Small businesses will welcome temporary, new rules from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022 which allow them to apply (‘petition’) to wind up a debtor company in certain circumstances, easing the pandemic-related restrictions on presenting a petition that applied previously.
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  October 6, 2021
The Legal 500's results for 2022 have been announced and we're extremely proud to have ranked in 9 practice areas (Employment, Corporate & Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Family, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate, Contentious Probate, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury) up one more than last year.
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 Natalie Marrison
  September 24, 2021
The House of Commons Health and Social Care Select Committee has launched a new inquiry on NHS litigation reform. The Committee has invited written submissions addressing the following points.
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 Hilary Garnett
  September 20, 2021
The winning party in civil cases is generally entitled to an order for payment of his legal costs from the loser. In certain cases the amount of legal costs that can be recovered for various stages of the litigation, from pre-issue to the final hearing, is fixed.
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 Hilary Garnett
  September 9, 2021
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 introduced a number of measures to protect companies during the coronavirus pandemic.
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 Emily Walker
  July 21, 2021
Emily Walker, Solicitor in our Litigation team, has featured on The Times answering readers’ questions on neglected hedges and undefined boundaries with neighbours.
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