Wedlake Bell Legal Podcast
The Wedlake Bell Legal podcast is covering a range of legal topics including updates from our four practice groups: private client, real estate, business services and dispute resolution.
The content of our podcasts is based on current legislation. They don’t constitute a legal advice.
Episode 17: The Importance of Making a Will
In this podcast, Caroline Miller discusses the importance of making a will and keeping it up to date.
Episode 16: Business Property Relief
In this podcast, Oliver Embley discusses the basics of the inheritance tax Business Property Relief (BPR). Oliver covers what is BPR, how BPR works, the conditions which apply to BPR,… Read more →
Episode 15: Lasting Powers of Attorney
Ann Stanyer’s recent podcast about Health & Welfare Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) highlights the importance of making these documents, and keeping them under review, especially during these challenging times.
Episode 13: Pension Benefits for surviving spouses and civil partners
Alison provides a run through of the changes to the law governing minimum benefits for same-sex spouses and registered civil partners over the years including the changes brought in by… Read more →
Episode 12: The Disclosure Pilot Scheme
Alex Horan and Laura Davies discuss the new Disclosure Pilot Scheme in the context of a hypothetical scenario and offer some useful tips for those contemplating or involved in litigation.
Episode 11: Estate and Pension Planning: a Holistic Approach
Clive Weber and Caroline Miller are discussing the key considerations for estate and pension planning and looking at the various options available when considering the best way of devolving ones… Read more →
Episode 10: GMP Equalisation: Implications for Trustees
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.
Episode 8: Top 5 tips for securing a planning permission
Planning Partner and expert Jay Das discusses the secrets to successfully obtaining planning permission with Claire Haynes
Episode 7: Residential property law update
In this episode, Jonathan Achampong provides a comprehensive update regarding a range of matters in the field of residential property law. This podcast may be of particular interest to developers,… Read more →
Episode 6: Employing EU Nationals
As Brexit date looms ever closer, employers are voicing concerns about the implications for retaining and hiring EU nationals to work in the UK. Join Julia Jackson and Matt Perry… Read more →
Episode 5: Retail Therapy: the future of retail and wellness in Tomorrow’s City
Our recent debate in our Tomorrow’s City, Today’s Challenge series brought together leading industry figures to discuss the evolving retail landscape, particularly the blurring lines of retail, leisure, lifestyle and… Read more →
Episode 4: English Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
Join Charmaine Hast and Conrad Adam for an interesting and lively discussion regarding the public’s perception of, and the court’s treatment of, pre and post nuptial agreements on divorce in the English… Read more →
Episode 3: Pre-Budget 2018 – residential property forecast
Multi award winning Wedlake Bell partner, Jonathan Achampong, explores the possible implications of Budget 2018 for the residential property world.
Episode 2: Liability for harassment – Protecting your organisation
In this podcast, Adam Grant and Blair Adams, Partners in our Employment Team, explain how anti-harassment training can protect employers from liability, and discuss the best approach to confidentiality provisions… Read more →
Episode 1: Coworking – Phenomenon or Flash in the Pan?
Key legal issues for landlords and tenants from the biggest market disrupter for decades discussed by Wedlake Bell commercial property partners Suzanne Gill and Claire Nelson.