IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Natalie Marrison
  June 2, 2020
In a time of social distancing Natalie Marrison, Head of Personal Injury at Ramsdens and Howard Elgot, Barrister at Parklane Plowden Cambers fielded an interactive session where they discussed methods to optimise engagement and delivery of case management during COVID-19 from a legal and clinical perspective.
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  June 1, 2020
This is something which the Court had to consider in the recent case of Clitheroe v Bond [2020]. The case relates to the Estate of Jean Clitheroe who died in September 2017. She had three children, namely, a son and two daughters, one of whom had died in 2009. In 2010 she made her first Will effectively leaving the bulk of her estate to her son John Clitheroe and excluding her daughter Susan Bond.
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 Gareth Dando
  June 1, 2020
More details were issued on the extension of the furlough scheme to 31st Oct and the changes that will take place at the end of July.
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  May 27, 2020
​As we enter another week of having to deal with Covid-19, many of us are now reflecting on the recent past, missing the “normality” of being able to go to the shops, see family and friends and even just go for a walk without having to don a mask, gloves and maintain a distance of at least 2 metres.
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 Natalie Marrison
  May 26, 2020
Fresh reports of care home closures across the UK due to COVID-19 continue to come to light, including at Friary Lodge in Whetstone, North London and Temple Court in Kettering. Staffing issues and operational difficulties due to the pandemic were cited as reasons for the temporary closure.
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 Hilary Garnett
  May 21, 2020
In our blog of 24 April we reported on the Government’s press release announcing measures to protect companies and commercial tenants from aggressive rent collection by their landlords during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  May 20, 2020
It is easy to overlook the importance of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in Lease transactions. Generally, parties are keen to get the Lease completed as soon as possible and, although it is a legal requirement that an EPC is made available when a property is marketed for sale or let, the commissioning of an EPC is often an afterthought or box ticking exercise.
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 Kirsty Jackson
  May 19, 2020
​A recent Supreme Court judgement found that a landlord had breached its obligation to the other flat tenants to enforce the tenant covenants of the flat leases by giving its consent to alterations which were prohibited by the leases.
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