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3 December 2020

Redundant companies, voluntary strike off and the forgotten bank account

In house lawyers will frequently be involved in asset sales or corporate restructuring exercises, during which group companies may become...

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2 December 2020

Public procurement: a bid for change?

Those who have ever awarded or bid for a publicly funded contract opportunity will know that the UK public procurement...

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2 December 2020

Business Interruption Insurance & the FCA test case

The High Court handed down judgment in the FCA Test Case in September regarding business interruption insurance (BII). However, elements...

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25 November 2020

Will I win my legal dispute?

I regularly get asked this question, particularly by clients about to embark on litigation. It’s the million pound question w...

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18 November 2020

Covid-19 and acquiring fishing rights by prescription

We have previously explained how fishing rights could be acquired by prescription (long use) in a previous article. Fishing rights...

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18 November 2020

How to avoid disputes when lending to or investing in a limited company

If you are a director of a private company limited by shares, there are a number of safeguards to put...

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13 November 2020

A fydd cwmnïau bridio moch yn cael eu gorfodi i adael y DU ar ôl Brexit?

Efallai y bydd cwmnïau bridio moch yn cael eu gorfodi i adael y DU oni bai bod trafodaethau Brexit ...

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6 November 2020

Will Pig-breeding firms be forced to leave the UK post-Brexit?

Pig-breeding companies may be forced to quit the UK unless Brexit negotiations successfully tackle issues surrounding exports, the National Pig...

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30 October 2020

How do Covid-19 restrictions affect how I perform my contract? A question of frustration

Following the easing of lockdown over the summer, we are now seeing a return, on a regional level at least,...

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29 October 2020

Damages awarded for unlawful eviction

A commercial tenant has been awarded damages of £8,600 after they had been unlawfully evicted from the premises they occupied.…

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