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Private parking in the UK; what are your legal rights?

Parking on public land and parking on private land are areas that are governed by different sets of rules and enforcement processes. For the most part, parking on public land […]

Kickstart (Scheme) your recruiting

There is growing evidence that the pandemic has had a particularly negative impact on young people and their career progression. Workers under 25 were more likely to be in roles […]

How to declare bankruptcy

This blog seeks to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and its implications in England and Wales.   What is bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is a type of […]

Closing down a limited company: a to-do list

  If you are considering shutting down your company, this blog will provide you with guidance on what you may have to do.   Create an exit strategy Having an […]

“No DSS” ruled unlawful. What this means for landlords and tenants

On 1 July 2020, York County Court ruled that “No DSS” letting bans are unlawful and discriminatory. In this weeks blog, we take a look at the ruling and how […]

Content ownership for businesses

Content is everywhere. From the content on your website, from service pages to articles to every post that’s published on your social media and even your physical website, but are […]

How to safely return to work post COVID-19

With the UK lockdown restrictions slowly easing to a normality that we’re all used to, the majority of businesses have decided that now is the time to return to the […]

How perception of Divorce has changed in 2020

Over the course of time, relationship habits, wants and priorities have changed and evolved to become more inclusive but also more aware, especially when it comes to finances and shared […]

You Can Still Go On Holiday… A Stamp Duty Holiday

As part of the UK Government’s COVID-19 relief efforts, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has increased the threshold where Stamp Duty Land Tax (commonly known as Stamp Duty) is levied on property […]

Breaking down the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act came into force on 26 June 2020. It brought about the biggest reform to the UK’s insolvency regime since the Enterprise Act 2003. While […]

Exploring the world of flexible furloughing

Since our last post on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, the Government has fleshed out the details of how the Scheme will operate from July onwards.  This blog will dive […]

How Family Law is adapting to a ‘virtual’ world

In just a few months, Covid-19 has seen normal life change dramatically. Some changes have had devastating consequences and other changes have brought potentially positive changes to the way we […]