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The end of no fault evictions?
18 Apr 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: John Wagstaffe

The government has just announced proposals to end the process by which residential landlords can terminate tenancies without specifying any fault on the part of...

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Parkinson’s Awareness Week
11 Apr 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Charles Fraser

As part of our commitment to helping clients who are older or vulnerable, we wanted to raise the awareness of Parkinson’s disease.

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New divorce law to end the ‘blame game’
9 Apr 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Tracey Dargan

The Government have today announced that divorcing couples will no longer have to blame each other for the breakdown of their marriage.

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Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part II
3 Apr 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Marosz

Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part II The procedure for “contracting out”

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Family Business Seminar
1 Apr 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Horwood

We are hosting a family business seminar on Friday 5 April 2019 in collaboration with Herts Chamber and in anticipation of that I have prepared...

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GDPR Myths Busted
27 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Miranda Mulligan

Although the General Data Protection Regulation, or “GDPR”, came into force last year (implemented by the Data Protection Act 2018) many businesses and organisations are...

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The Good Work Plan
20 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Jennifer Mansoor

The Government has published its “Good Work Plan” which sets out employment law reforms on the horizon. This follows Matthew Taylor’s review of Modern Working...

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Are you ready to employ a carer directly? The legal issues to consider
15 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Jennifer Mansoor

Many care recipients are moving away from care agencies, and hiring carers directly to ensure consistency of care, particularly where the care recipient is elderly...

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End of Tax Year – Inheritance Tax
8 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Alastair Liddiard

The 5th April, the end of the tax year for individuals will soon be upon us. If you have not already considered reviewing your...

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Gender Pay – Gap Reporting
8 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Miranda Mulligan

What is the gender pay gap? It is the difference between the average hourly earnings of men and women. Since 2017, under the gender pay...

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Completion accounts in share and asset purchase transactions
7 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Rumbelow

A key feature of share and asset purchase transactions is formulating a mechanism for determining the purchase price payable by the buyer for the target...

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Local Authority funding thresholds for care remain the same for ninth consecutive year
1 Mar 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Rosalyn Workman

Most people are aware that should they need care when they are older and not be in a position to fund it themselves, then the...

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