Our blog provides you with updates and points of view on different aspects of law that can affect individuals and businesses.

Posts are written by some of our partners, senior solicitors and solicitors.

What is a Pre-pack Administration?

24 February 2021

Pre-pack Administration is a formal insolvency procedure in which a company sells some or all its assets to a buyer, which may be the existing company’s management, immediately upon the appointment of an administrator to enable the sale to complete.

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“Eviction ban” What it really means?

16 February 2021

On 14 February 2021 BBC News reported that “the ban on evictions in England is to be extended until the end of March 2021” Senior Solicitor, Tom Hickingbottom, explores what this means for landlords and tenants.

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Is your business ready for IR35?

15 February 2021

COVID-19 has seen a year’s delay to the introduction of the IR35 Off-Payroll Working Rules into the private sector. But rest assured it’s happening! From April 6 these new rules, which are already operating in the public sector, will come into force for all medium and large businesses as well as some charities and third-sector organisations. As the date edges closer Tom Martin, from our employment team, looks at some of the headline questions you should be asking – and invites you to this week’s webinar when those questions will be answered.

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Landowners and tenants must dig deep to discover important tenancy changes

04 February 2021

Whether landlord or tenant farmer, if your tenancy is an old Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancy with succession rights you would be strongly advised to dig deep into the finer detail of the Agriculture Act 2020.

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The Personal Injury and Medical Negligence Limitation Period

29 January 2021

If you are considering making a claim, for either personal injury or medical negligence, it is important that you are aware of the time limit for making said claim.

Generally, you have 3 years, from the date of the alleged negligence, to make a claim. This time is known as the ‘limitation period’.

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