Is it closing time for business property relief?
The article was originally published by ePrivateClient on 21/01/2019. Inheritance Tax (IHT) looks set to change. Last year, Philip Hammond commissioned a review by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS)… Read more →
EU Nationals in the UK – Deal or no deal
As United Kingdom residents watch the political machinations surrounding Brexit with a mixture of fascination and horror, EU nationals living in the UK may well feel that they have most… Read more →
The Good Work Plan
It has been trailed by the Government as the most important package of employment rights for a generation. Whilst it does contain a number of actual and potential new measures,… Read more →
Julia Jackson’s article is published in International Client – January 2019
The article was originally published by International Client, January 2019. Immigration post-Brexit As we move into 2019, the question of freedom of movement (FoM) rights for EU nationals in the… Read more →
Tomorrow’s City, Today’s Challenge
What’s it all about? The World Health Organisation predicted that by 2030 over 60% of the world’s population will live in cities. What will that mean for the built environment… Read more →
The legality of microchipping employees – People Management
The article was originally published by People Management on January 10, 2019. As a Swedish firm reportedly enters discussions with several UK businesses about fitting employees with microchips, Emily Matthews… Read more →
Episode 9: What are side letters?
Ben Dunbar and Yana Kisel from our commercial property team discuss issues landlords and tenants should be aware of when seeking to agree and record personal concessions to tenants.
Difficult Days for Developers
In this seminar we will look at very practical approaches around the thorny issues of: Avoiding the perils of “smash and grab” adjudications Making sure you get vacant possession
Getting under the skin of the GDPR: hot topics
This seminar will be hosted by Wedlake Bell and ProDPO in conjunction with 5 Essex Court. The three sessions will cover: “Mitigating the effects of data breaches”, to be delivered… Read more →
Employment update – 2018 so far
Before the summer holidays get into full swing, we take the opportunity to revisit some important employment law cases from the first half of 2018 and look at the learning… Read more →
Without Prejudice Privilege
It is said that the term ‘Without prejudice’ is used more than it is understood. Join litigation specialist, David Golten, as he discusses the application of without prejudice privilege with… Read more →