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1: Great Repeal Bill – The times they are a-changin
10: Great Repeal Bill – Under pressure
11: Great Repeal Bill – Her Majesty’s a pretty nice girl
112: Break conditions a costly reminder
113: Breach of rights to light results in injunction against developer
114: Rectifying the land register: ambiguous leases and mistakes in registration
115: Lease covenants prevent short-term Airbnb lettings
116: What is a tenants right to quiet enjoyment of premises?
117: Westminster gives planning protection to St James, Mayfair, Savile Row
118: Residential tenancies new penalties for landlords and agents
119: UK sees largest change to business rates in a generation
12: Great Repeal Bill – She came from Greece, she had a thirst for knowledge
120: Asda unable to terminate development contract due to ambiguity of one word
121: Housing White Paper: Will it fix our broken housing market?
122: Residential ground rents do you know how much youll be paying in 10 years time?
123: Terminating a side letter can be a penalty
124: Assignment of lease from tenant to guarantor still void!
125: Completed development allowed even though in breach of restrictive covenant
126: General election fever for real estate
127: Liability established for failure to prevent spread of Japanese knotweed
128: What is necessary to gain access to a property over a shared driveway?
129: Notice to Quit: A commercial approach
13: Great Repeal Bill – Don’t know what I want, but I know how to get it
130: What is the difference between a lease and a licence?
131: Tips on fire safety for buyers, sellers and landlords after Grenfell Tower
132: Residential letting agency fined for issuing sham licences
133: Fancy a place in Wales? Welsh land transaction tax rates will apply
14: Great Repeal Bill – The devil is in the details
15: Great Repeal Bill – Hey ho, let’s go!
156: The new political reality: strong government and intervention
157: Sometimes you need to shout out loud in public affairs
158: The CEOs guide to public affairs
159: The think tank battle
16: Great Repeal Bill – I’m Henry the Eighth, I am
160: Britain needs you!
161: Beware political engagement
162: Real time politics – Real time public affairs
163: Politicians will intervene: Just learn to know when
164: Public affairs disasters and how to avoid them
165: Communications are failing to meet expectations
166: The role of business in Brexit
167: The LEP challenge
168: Red, white and blue – Just where is the Government heading?
169: Politics: What every business leader should know
17: Great Repeal Bill – Latch on to the affirmative
17: The pitfalls of proportionality
170: The reality of the political spotlight
171: Public affairs at the heart of your communications hub
172: The new normal: Public affairs under Brexit and Trump
173: Where does thought leadership come from?
174: Why is political risk on the rise?
175: Transparency in thought leadership
176: The real impact of Brexit on Parliament
177: Top five CEO public affairs mistakes
178: The five Ps of political engagement
179: What makes good public affairs advice?
18: Great Repeal Bill – Ooh this uncertainty
18: Seeking the silver bullet when is it appropriate to access personal data?
180: What does Brexit mean for public affairs?
181: Future of project engagement
182: Snog, marry, avoid – public affairs in a General Election
183: It’s all in the preparation
184: How to make a public affairs decision
185: A post-election public affairs checklist
186: Crisis communications: The inquiry trap
187: Public affairs and a minority government
188: Political vigilance is needed
189: Building the investment case: How to get money from government
19: A quickie divorce (Part 1)
19: Great Repeal Bill – Limits lie
190: This is not the political silly season
191: Winter is coming: North vs South
192: Please CEOs do not create your own crises
193: Should you fight back against politicians?
194: Communicating in a politically charged environment
195: Make your own agenda
2: Great Repeal Bill – When is it coming?
20: A quickie divorce (Part 2)
20: Great Repeal Bill – Ive got the power
2017 Spring Budget The highlights
21: Great Repeal Bill – Games, changes and fears
21: Is Ignorance bliss?
22: Are we on a snake or is there a ladder on the horizon?
22: Great Repeal Bill – We’ve only just begun
23: A return to the bad old days?
23: Great Repeal Bill – Just a-wrote me a letter
24: Great Repeal Bill – Give me just a little more time
24: Modern families, modern problems
25: Great Repeal Bill – Over the borderline
25: Why all the fuss over a holiday?
26: When is a trust not a trust?
27: Dipping a toe in the water Can you have it both ways?
3: Great Repeal Bill – Skim milk masquerades as cream
34: Regardless of Brexit, ICO advises employers to begin preparing for new data protection legislation
35: The role of HR in drafting disciplinary investigation reports
36: The duty to make reasonable adjustments may extend to pay protection
37: Vexatious job applicants not protected by EU discrimination laws
38: Employment Appeal Tribunal rules that an early conciliation certificate can cover future events
39: No service provision change where a commercial contractor takes over a subsidised bus service
4: Great Repeal Bill – I don’t want you, but I need you
40: Court of Appeal confirms that results-based commission must be included in holiday pay
41: Employment Appeal Tribunal rules that elected workplace union officials were agents of their union for discrimination law purposes
42: Employment Appeal Tribunal confirms broad approach to interpretation of activities in a service provision change
43: Employment Tribunal rules that Uber drivers are workers
44: EasyJet’s roster practices held to be indirectly discriminatory towards breastfeeding mothers
45: Court considers fairness of dismissal where an earlier final written warning was manifestly inappropriate
46: The impact of procedural failings on the fairness of a dismissal for gross misconduct
47: Costs award upheld against an unrepresented claimant who failed to particularise her case
48: Employer not liable for managing director’s assault on employee after Christmas party
49: Employee suffering from work-related stress and dyslexia was not disabled
5: Great Repeal Bill – Meet the new boss, same as the old boss
50: Tax Tribunal rules that drivers acting for a business providing haulage services to the construction industry are employees
51: Employers refusal to allow an employee five weeks leave to attend Catholic festivals did not amount to indirect religious discrimination
52: Court of Appeal rules that a plumber was a worker, not a self-employed contractor
53: Employment Tribunal rules that cycle courier is a worker
54: Court of Appeal considers when notice of termination of employment takes effect if posted to an employee
54: Non dom update: The deemed domicile rules
55: Non dom changes: to de-envelope or not to de-envelope, that is the question
55: The General Election
56: Employment Tribunal awards £2 compensation for breach of right to be accompanied to a disciplinary hearing
56: Non dom changes: the new inheritance tax charge on UK residential property explained
57: Employment Appeal Tribunal provides guidance on whether night shift workers should be paid the national minimum wage while they are asleep
57: Non dom changes: Five points trustees should be aware of (Point 1)
58: Employment Appeal Tribunal confirms that second early conciliation certificate has no effect on limitation period
58: Non dom changes: Five points trustees should be aware of (Point 2)
59: Non dom changes: Five points trustees should be aware of (Point 3)
59: Requiring a job applicant with Asperger’s syndrome to sit multiple choice test was discriminatory
6: Great Repeal Bill – Bring it on home
60: Advocate-General gives opinion on jurisdiction of employment contracts for airline cabin crew
60: Non dom changes: Five points trustees should be aware of (Point 4)
61: Employment Appeal Tribunal refuses to exercise discretion to extend time for appeal which was lodged one hour late
61: Non dom changes: The need to take urgent domicile advice
62: Non dom changes: Time to start making plans
62: The end of Employment Tribunal fees?
63: Future promotions can be considered when deciding reasonableness of restrictive covenants
63: Non dom changes: Five points trustees should be aware of (Point 5)
64: BREAKING NEWS: Government publishes responses to non dom consultation and draft legislation
64: Employment Appeal Tribunal rules dismissal was fair despite failure to provide reasons for rejecting appeal
65: Employment Appeal Tribunal considers statutory employment rights of UK expats
65: Non dom update – The good, the bad and the ugly
66: Non dom changes: The new inheritance tax charge reinvented
66: UK worker could be entitled to termination payment for unpaid annual leave
67: De-enveloping demystified (Part 1)
67: Voluntary overtime must be included in holiday pay
68: De-enveloping demystified (Part 2)
68: Employment Appeal Tribunal provides guidance on meaning of ‘unfavourable treatment’ in discrimination arising from disability claim
69: Court of Appeal clarifies meaning of public interest requirement in whistleblowing legislation
69: UK property taxation: The dawn of a new era
7: Great Repeal Bill – Treat me nice
70: Non dom rules put on ice before snap general election
70: Non-executive directors personally liable to CEO for losses arising from whistleblowing dismissal
71: Non dom changes certainty for certaintys sake
713: August round-up of infrastructure planning
714: M4 widening goes ahead but two energy deadlines missed
715: Government drops National Infrastructure Commission set-up from Bill
716: 126km windfarm connection is 60th DCO decision
717: Hinkley Point goes ahead with sale triggers
718: Do non-material amendments take longer than material ones?
719: New EIA Directive consultation as Brexit arguments revealed
72: Finance Bills, theyre like London buses
720: Latest DCO decision before four-month hiatus
721: Fracking planning latest
722: Chancellor (re)unveils National Infrastructure Commission
723: Runway decision nears as air quality challenge heard
724: Government wins two Planning Act 2008 JRs
725: Heathrow timetable and observations
726: National Infrastructure Commission responds and asks for evidence
727: Air quality judgment and implications for infrastructure projects
728: Coal to shut as offshore wind encouraged
729: Wales wants a National Infrastructure Commission too
730: NIC urges housing and better transport in Oxbridge corridor
731: Autumn Statement promises more for infrastructure with limits
732: £500 billion (needs) to be spent on infrastructure
733: NIC urges 5G action and a Christmas champagne competition
734: Government consults on new environmental assessment regulations
735: Review of 2016 and marking of predictions
736: Ten infrastructure planning predictions for 2017
737: Tidal lagoons get backing as delayed pipeline decided
738: Six-month application gap
739: Endorsed recommendations are back in NIC framework
740: Heathrow JR struck out for NPS reasons
741: Draft Airports National Policy Statement published
742: What the housing white paper means for infrastructure
743: HS2 Act to get royal assent today
744: North London power project gets consent
745: Never mind the budget big DCO fee hikes proposed
746: Two storage projects approved
747: Government issues housing in NSIP and fees guidance
749: Housing can now be included in DCOs
750: Airports NPS consultation update
751: What the election means for infrastructure
752: NIC has new commissioners and website
753: Air quality latest
754: New EIA regulations come into force
755: High Court rejects pylon challenge
756: What the manifestos say about infrastructure planning
757: DCO drought ends after 10.5 months
758: NIPA publishes detail v flexibility research
759: What the election means for infrastructure
760: What the Queens Speech means for infrastructure
761: NIC gives a kick as BEIS delays
762: NIPA conference report
763: Infrastructure planning-related court news
764: Airports NPS delayed as Transport Committee chair announced
765: All three HS2 phases advance
766: Air Quality Plan may require more charging zones
767: Three recent DCO decisions
768: Keeping up with the Joneses: DNS latest
769: One NPS advances, one is delayed and one is nowhere to be seen
770: Is section 53 dead?
771: NIC to produce vision and priorities in a week
772: Third DCO decision in a row delayed
8: Great Repeal Bill – I wanna be elected
9: Great Repeal Bill – Into the blue again
A-Z of employment
Aaron Nelson comments in LexisNexis article on the Governments White Paper on trade
Abolished Employment Tribunal fees: are the floodgates creaking open?
Acrimony and alimony: the world of high-net-worth divorce
Adding fuel to the fire with the Overriding Duty clause
Addison Lee joins expanding list of companies caught out for unrealistic independent contractor contract
Advocate-General publishes Opinion in Belgian case on dismissal of Muslim receptionist for refusing to work without headscarf
Ageism on judges’ pension scheme
Alastair Collett comments on LPAs in The Guernsey Press and the Jersey Evening Post
All Change… further hurdles in place to recover your debt
All in a week’s work: employee compensation awards could increase with new EAT decision
Ambiguous commercial contracts – say what you mean or the courts will decide for you
An employees right to a rest break can be refused even when the worker has not requested a break
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for April 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for August 2016
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for August 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for December 2016
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for February 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for January 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for July 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for June 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for March 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for May 2017
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for November 2016
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for September 2016
And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for September 2017
Another blow for the ‘gig economy’
Applications and limitations for using the Duomatic principle
Are Lasting Powers of Attorney so very dangerous?
Are you dealing on standard terms?
Are you GDPR ready?
Article 50 Bill receives second reading in the House of Commons
Assertion of disability is not enough to succeed in disability-related harassment claim
ATED and high value UK residential properties: traps that need ongoing vigilance
Auto-enrolment pensions duties for start-ups
Backing hospitality: why private equity finance is a match for the industry
BBC victorious in pensions cap dispute
BDB expands outside London with acquisition of KWM Cambridge office
BDB host 2016 bi-annual Euréseau conference
BDB lawyers win at Citywealth Future Leaders Awards 2016
BDB listed in Euromoneys Legal Media Groups Expert Guides Rising Stars
BDB promotes five to partnership
BDB winners of Best Commercial Law Firm AI Legal Awards 2016
BDB wins Best Recruiter Medium City Firm at the LawCareers.Net Awards
BDB wins Planning for Energy Infrastructure at this years Planning and Placemaking Awards
BDB wins The Solicitor’s Journal ‘Private Client Team of the Year’ 2017
BDBs Family Team named in EPrivateClients Top 25 Law Firms 2016
BDBs Guy Broadfield recognised in ePrivateClient Top 35 under 35
BDBs Sabrina Underwood listed in eprivateclients Top 35 under 35
Bewley Homes wins Pitmans Law Housebuilder of the Year award
Bill aims to reduce neighbourly fights over boundary rights
Bircham Dyson Bell advise Smurfit Kappa UK on shared acquisition of Saxon Packaging
Bircham Dyson Bell advises Claranet on its acquisition of Ardenta Limited
Bircham Dyson Bell advises Famous Brands on its acquisition of Gourmet Burger Kitchen in £120 million deal
Bircham Dyson Bell advises on the AIM market IPO of Xpediator Plc
Bircham Dyson Bell Advises on The Childcare Corporation Limited acquisition
Bircham Dyson Bell advises on the main market IPO of Ten Entertainment Group plc
Bircham Dyson Bell advises on the take private of FIH Group plc
Bircham Dyson Bell advises Quadrise Fuels International on £5.25 million fund raising
Bircham Dyson Bell announces new managing partner
Bircham Dyson Bell bolsters corporate team with new hires
Bircham Dyson Bell bolsters public law offering with partner hire
Bircham Dyson Bell further strengthens award-winning real estate team
Bircham Dyson Bell further strengthens Cambridge office with double appointment
Bircham Dyson Bell mourns Corporate Partner Peter McLoughlin
Bircham Dyson Bell recognised in the Chambers 2017 High Net Worth Guide
Bircham Dyson Bell supports young local rower through SportsAid
Bircham Dyson Bell to advise UK Government as part of consortium
BoMaD inheritance coming early?
Brexit the impact on data protection
Brexit and the Great Repeal Bill
Brexit: the effect of divorcing the EU on Britain’s divorce law
Britain rebrands Courts to retain international business
Business Breakfast with Keith Morgan, CEO of British Business Bank, Round-Up
Business tenants should consider what they are giving up when they contract-out
Can you afford NOT to pay for legal advice in a divorce?
Capital allowances benefits for the hospitality industry
Case Studies – HS2
Cash drawdown from defined contribution schemes hits a new high
Challenging Business Rates
Chambers 2017 recognises Bircham Dyson Bell
Chambers High Net Worth Guide reveals 2016 legal ranking
Changes to the taxation of dividends: do you now need to file a tax return?
Citywealth future leaders under 40 awards 2016 shortlist
Combustible cladding – why all hospitality businesses should learn from the Grenfell Tower tragedy
Communications lessons from Brexit
Company wound up after helping landlords of empty properties avoid £12m in business rates
Compromising cyber attacks causing data disruption
Conducting a Privacy Impact Assessment: The what, the why and the how
Could new inheritance laws have worrying implications for vulnerable people?
Could your business win the Dynamic Growth of the Year award?
Court finds vetoing clause useless in employee option agreement
Court of Appeal stops winners from losing out with high security for costs standards
Data processor responsibilities under GDPR?
Data Protection, Brexit and the Queens Speech
David Mundy discusses the Brexit Supreme Court case with Share Radio
David Mundy Live With Share Radio And LBC Following The Supreme Court Judgement
Death in the digital age – what happens to your digital assets when you’re gone
Decision may hinge on air quality
Directors’ decision-making must accord with its Articles of Association – the Duomatic Principle clarified
Disability discrimination: are you breaching the Equality Act?
Dismissal of teacher who stood by husband convicted of child sex offences was indirect religious discrimination
Do I really have to pay stamp duty at 15% on my new country house?
Do not underestimate the power of the narrative!
Do you have a reservation?
Do you know what you own?
Don’t be too quick to put your hands up!
Don’t play with fire or you will get burned
Don’t risk losing your IP post-Brexit
Dragging your mediation heels will only risk cost sanctions
ECJ rules that imposing upper age limit of 35 on recruitment of Basque police officers was lawful
Electronic Signatures: a stamp on the 21st century
Employees claim was not barred by terms of prior COT3 agreement
Employees could increase their holiday pay through voluntary overtime
Employer loses employee to competitor over poorly worded restrictive covenant
Employers belief that a disclosure was not protected is irrelevant
Employment Appeal Tribunal confirms that three month gap breaks series of deductions in holiday pay claims
Employment Appeal Tribunal considers employers reliance on mobility clause in redundancy situation
Employment Appeal Tribunal considers test for re-engagement orders
Employment Appeal Tribunal considers whether a belief in the efficient use of public money can be protected under the Equality Act
Employment Appeal Tribunal rules that a weeks pay should include employer pension contributions under the Employment Rights Act
Employment Appeals Tribunal considers how to determine the principal purpose of organised grouping of employees in service provision changes under TUPE
Employment Appeals Tribunal considers whether an employee with type 2 diabetes is disabled
Employment breakfast briefing – event round-up
Employment newsletter – December 2016
Employment newsletter August 2016
Employment newsletter July 2016
Employment newsletter November 2016
Employment newsletter October 2016
Employment Tribunal claims likely to increase as fees are abolished
Employment Tribunal rules that CitySprint cycle courier is a worker
Employment Tribunal rules that employers attempt to bypass collective bargaining arrangement by approaching employees directly was unlawful
Employment Tribunal rules that voluntary overtime and associated payments must be included in holiday pay
Enforcing justice: High Court Enforcement Agent visits to debtors now unlimited
Enterprise Investment Schemes: a sound investment
Entrepreneurs Optimism Index (Edition 4)
Entrepreneurs Optimism Index (Edition 5)
European Court of Justice rules that it was not direct discrimination for an employer with a neutral dress policy to prohibit an employee from wearing an Islamic headscarf
Event round up: bridging the infrastructure gap opportunities for investing in Nigeria
Event round up: G&I business breakfast with Steve Norris
Evolving insolvency procedures: who are the real winners and losers?
Ex-wife’s investment decisions lead to increased maintenance payments 15 years post divorce
Experiencing the next generation of technology at the Thames Valley International Technology Conference
Expired warnings can be relevant when considering dismissal for misconduct
Extra court fees ordered to be paid in hindsight decision
Faulty towers – who pays for the security of tower block residents? Landlord or tenants?
Fraud, deceit, theft…are Lasting Powers of Attorney dangerous?
Free favour costs friend £265,000
From pints to properties: what is bitcoin used for and should you accept it?
GDPR: Processing personal data in the workplace
Gender pay gaps: are you ready to reveal?
General data protection regulation clarity – fine or fined?
Get your pay the right way – new pre-action protocol for debt claims
Getting to the root of tree-related damage and injury claims
Ghost of Henry VIII haunts Repeal Bill, lawyers warn
Global transparency and trusts
GMP equalisation – is the end in sight?
Gone but not forgotten: Hike in probate court fees still on the cards
Government calls for equal Guaranteed Minimum Pensions (GMPs) for men and women
Government Green Paper: Switching RPI to CPI – the compromise needed to keep employers afloat?
Has your credit score been affected by Court Judgments?
High Court grants order allowing destruction of confidential information on ex-employees computers and electronic devices
Hip hip hooray; faulty artificial hip not considered defective
HMRC goes digital with new online trusts register
Hospitality businesses – how to get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation
How does the GDPR apply to organisations outside the EU?
How to carry out a PIA
How to prevent a family war
How will the new Data Protection Bill affect the processing of personal data in pension schemes?
HS2: What should you do?
I have had two failed attempts to sell my property. Is there a way in which to protect me on wasted costs and to get the sale over the line?
I own a flat which has 87 years left to run on the lease. Should I extend the lease?
I own a leasehold flat in a mansion block and am considering letting it on a daily/weekly basis. What legal issues should I consider before doing so?
I own a residential property in the UK through an offshore company, should I be concerned following recent tax changes?
IBM appeal successful: cost saving measures allowed following rationality test
If you die without a will, your money will not go to the Crown
Immigration update: Points Based System 6 April 2017
Independent Trustee failed to ensure the security of scheme assets by not insuring property
Indirect Discrimination – it doesn’t matter why!
Individual Matters Autumn 2017
Indoor Vaping – Up In Smoke?
INFO: Are the proposals to reform the taxation of non doms still relevant for a Brexit Britain?
Infrastructure body to help build better Britain for everyone
Infrastructure bonds mooted for Autumn Statement
Insurer joined as defendant despite policy coverage dispute
International ownership of UK property blog
Is it ok to lend to a friend?
Is it time for a data spring clean?
Is renting the new norm for the younger generation in London?
Is residential leasehold reform on the horizon?
Is this the end of the nuisance claim?
Is your business’s IP protected from the Licensor’s insolvency?
It’s not enough to be compliant under new GDPR
Its not all about the spin
John Stephenson shortlisted for inclusion in the Property Lawyers section of the 2018 edition of The Spears 500
Jonathan Brinsden appointed Interim Manager to Manor Building Preservation Trust
Justify before you ‘spy’: employers must inform employees before monitoring their emails
Katie Hopkins has been ordered to pay damages over Twitter libel
Knowledge is power in the fight against “scorpion” scammers
Landmark decision means employers must consult Unions over workplace changes
Lasting powers of attorney in growth business
Lawyers must lobby over Brexit
Legal 500 shortlists BDB for second year
Lender Leumi drowns sorrows after losing Cobra Beer discretionary collection fee dispute
Limiting your liabilities: commercial contracts do’s and don’ts
Make your will by text or email?
Mental Capacity: Your choices
Ministers must embrace radical rail reform
Modern Law Awards highly commend BDB campaign Energy Crunch
More than meets the eye
MPs could delay leaving EU until after 2020, says Partner Nick Evans
My assured shorthold tenant is in arrears with payment of the monthly rent; what can I do?
Naruto v David Slater can an animal own copyright?
New corporate governance reforms under way
New Data Protection Bill confirms GDPR will be brought into UK domestic law
New report shows Thames Valley inward investment at record levels
NHS employee excused of repaying £30,000 in pension scheme overpayments
Nicholas Le Riche comments on MPs calls for tribunal time limit to be extended in CIPDs People Management Magazine
No breach of TUPE where transferor incorrectly identified bonus as non-contractual
No break for Nestlé’s KitKat 3D trademark
Non dom owners of UK residential property
Northern Ireland Court of Appeal rules against bakery in gay cake case
Not a penny more: insurance fraudsters feeling the pinch in court
Not worth the risk: businesses caught out by health and safety regulations
Outsmarting the identity fraudsters
Paid for sleeping on the job?
Pausing Hinkley C has made Theresa May look tough but in the end she cant afford not to approve it
Pensions Regulator follows through on promise to penalise non-compliance
Pensions Regulator gives initial approval for British Steel Pension Scheme restructuring
Pitmans Law ‘Legally Unfit’ team takes on Tough Mudder Half
Pitmans Law retains top trainee award
Poor complaints process leads to Pensions Ombudsman fine
Pre-Action Protocol for debt claims: tips to avoid delays
Private wealth team news
Privy Council rules that an employee who took voluntary redundancy was obliged to repay company scholarship
Property insurance claims… Inevitable or accidental?
Proposed increase to probate fees
Rachel George winner of ERMAs Young Professional of the Year 2016
Recovering what’s owed to you doesn’t have to cost you the earth
Refusal to pay enhanced shared parental pay to father was discrimination
Residential ground rents: Do you know how much youll be paying in 10 years time?
Residential property update: rogue landlords, banning orders, abandoned premises and more
Resolution of the FDR scheme pensions increases dispute protects pensioners’ pockets
Resolutions, regulations & rights: everything you need to know about shareholder decision-making
Resolving employment issues: Conciliation v underfunded Employment Tribunal
Retain, train, inspire – A positive approach to the Brexit challenge
Revised gender pay gap reporting regulations published
Right of data subjects under GDPR (Part 1) – Data subject access requests
Right-to-work checks and dismissals can you dismiss fairly if an employee fails to provide their papers?
Share Radio interviews Angus Walker on the decision to go ahead with the Hinkley Point C project
Share Radio interviews Shabana Anwar on Heathrow expansion plans
Shareholder disputes – a one stop shop?
Significant Changes For People With Significant Control
Silence isn’t always golden…when defending discrimination claims
Social media defamation still a cause for concern
Solicitors Journal shortlists BDBs private wealth team
Solvent until proven insolvent
Speak now or forever hold your peace…
Spear’s award Partner Simon Weil with ‘Philanthropist Adviser of the Year’
Spears Wealth Management Awards nominates Simon Weil as Philanthropy Adviser of the Year
Stars in the headlines: Media agency sets precedent for transparency commitment
Stop treating communications as an afterthought
Stuart Thomson comments on the relationship between the business community and Labour
Stuart Thomson on Brexit and Independent Schools
Stuart Thomson on the gentle art of persuasion
Substantial Shareholdings Exemption changes afoot: making the UK more attractive
Summertime and the Living is Easy?
Supreme Court rules against estranged daughter in inheritance dispute
Supreme Court rules equal pension rights for same sex spouses and civil partners
Surge in overseas pension schemes following Brexit
Take the register: The Single Central Register SCR
Taking care of your care home fees
Tax on termination payments to change in April 2018
Taylor Review: The 7 main points employers need to know
Termination payments will cost employers more from next April
Thats not what I meant to say: Interpreting your will
The Airbnb ruling – Sub letting a residential property
The Brexit Bill
The Butler Family Collection – Butler v Butler
The consequences of Brexit: don’t leave yourself high and dry
The Consumer Code for Home Builders (4th Edition) – what’s new?
The Energy Crunch Report
The GDPR Hub
The gene is out of the bottle
The gift of giving
The Great Repeal Bill and Article 50
The High Courts Article 50 decision
The Insolvency Service backtracks on recent guidance change
The irreplaceable RPI rules again
The Legal 500 recognises BDB as a Top Tier firm 2016
The Northern (Ireland) Powerhouse
The ship may have sailed on your contract!
The Tunisia Inquests BDB LLP act as solicitors to the inquests
The Will says what? You cannot be serious!
Think before you link: website linking and copyright infringement
Third party claim dismissed because of insured company’s breaches
Three (months) is the magic number
Tips for a comprehensive credit policy
Trustees of BA pension scheme flying high after winning case to award members extra payments
Under the (social) influence
Understanding the UKs Cultural Gifts Scheme and its potential tax advantages
Unstable May government might have to soften Brexit
Use it or lose it…
Water company left in deep water with duty of care claim
Webinar: How CEOs create their own crises. And what can you do about it?
What are the consequences of suspending an employee? Be careful of knee-jerk reactions!
What are the implications of Brexit for the transport infrastructure sector?
What are the legal repercussions of updating Wills via text message or email?
What are the non dom reforms?
What does your bank owe you?
What is a joint venture and why are they important?
What is Domicile? Why does it matter?
What must employers consider before suspending an employee?
What rights do Uber drivers have?
When can you refuse an access request for your company’s register of members?
When is an independent contractor not an independent contractor?
When will the dust settle on the non dom changes?
Whistleblowing dismissal was unfair despite decision-maker being unaware of protected disclosures
Who has the last dance final judgement in the New Flamenco
Winners of Legal 500s Public Sector Firm of the Year for Local Government 2016
Woman trapped in an unhappy marriage appeals to the Court of Appeal
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