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Restrictive Covenants: Can an existing restriction prohibiting further development be modified by the courts if deemed reasonable?
Posted on 07/08/2020
HMRC Alcohol, Tobacco and Vehicle Seizures: Transport Solicitor Chris Powell explains how an importer of excise goods can apply for the return of alcohol, tobacco or vehicles detained by UK customs.
Posted on 06/24/2020
Webinar recap: watch the recording of our recent webinar that details the impact of COVID-19 on businesses credit control and commercial contracts, with practical advice on how to navigate these issues.
Posted on 06/10/2020
Webinar recap: watch the recording of our recent webinar that details the impact of COVID-19 on the transport industry, with practical advice on how to navigate these issues.
Posted on 05/26/2020
I was very concerned to read that the Police are reporting a significant increase in the number of drivers who are using the quieter roads during the UK wide lockdown as an opportunity to speed. Whilst out on my daily walk yesterday, I noticed several cars travelling well in excess of the 30-mph speed limit […]
Posted on 05/11/2020
Webinar recap: watch the recording of our recent webinar that details the impact of COVID-19 on Directors’ Duties and Commercial Leases, with practical advice on how to navigate these issues.
Posted on 05/05/2020
The whiplash reforms are a package of measures introduced by the Ministry of Justice to change the way low value claims arising out of a road traffic accident are dealt with. The reforms were first proposed in 2015 with a view to making it harder for people to claim compensation for exaggerated or fraudulent whiplash […]
Posted on 05/01/2020
There is a general misconception that a Lasting Power of Attorney is a document to consider much later in your life. However, this is a key document to have in place before you lose capacity. Another misconception is that the kind of illness that would require an LPA to be in place would be dementia or […]
Posted on 04/24/2020