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Don’t forget your Digital Assets when making a Will

What are digital assets? We live in a digitalised society with most of us owning laptops, notebooks and smart phones which give us access to third party digital platforms and applications such as Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Amazon and Apple to name a few. These platforms store our personalised collections of digital products such as …

Don’t forget your Digital Assets when making a Will

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The Coronavirus Act 2020- The Cat and mouse for Retailers and Rent Payments

The Coronavirus Act 2020 came into force on 26 March 2020 to provide protection to many aspects of society. One such group are retail tenants on the High Street. Michael Lewis explores the latest position. One of the key features of the Coronavirus Act (“the Act”) legislation, in relation to landlords and tenants are a …

The Coronavirus Act 2020- The Cat and mouse for Retailers and Rent Payments

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Brexit and the legal industry explored

In a recent article, published by the Law Society of England & Wales, Diana Bentley explores the impact of Brexit on the English legal market by interviewing leading figures in the English legal industry, including Paul Marmor, Head of the Disputes Resolution department. Paul explains how our membership of the Alliott Global Alliance has assisted …

Brexit and the legal industry explored

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Two Jabs – Protect you from the Virus and the Job Centre?

As the rapid rollout of the UK’s COVID-19 vaccine provides hope of returning to normality, preparations are being made for staff to return to the workplace. Unsurprisingly the vaccine has divided opinion, with a survey by HR Locker suggesting that one quarter of UK employers are intending to introduce a ‘No Jab, No Job’ policy …

Two Jabs – Protect you from the Virus and the Job Centre?

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“Without Prejudice”& “Subject to Contract” What do they mean?

Partner Barney Laurence examines what the two key terms “Without Prejudice” & “Subject to Contract” mean and how you can use them when trying to resolve disputes. Two terms that are as important as they are misunderstood. What do they mean? And when and why should you use them? “Without Prejudice” (sometimes just “WP” or, …

“Without Prejudice”& “Subject to Contract” What do they mean?

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British National Overseas (BNO Visa)

If you’re from Hong Kong and are a British national (overseas) you and your family members can apply for a British National (Overseas) visa. This is known as a BNO visa. It allows you to live, work and study in the UK. In order to qualify your permanent home must be: in Hong Kong, if you’re …

British National Overseas (BNO Visa)

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