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  • Manorial rights — secure your rights, secure your future weblink

    Briefings | 30 October 2013

    The ‘cut-off’ date for registering manorial rights has now passed.

  • Legal advice privilege: if your name's not down... weblink

    Briefings | 4 October 2013

    Legal advice privilege is one of the two forms of legal professional privilege that entitle clients to refuse to disclose certain confidential communication to other parties.

  • Landlords must protect their tenants' deposits weblink

    Briefings | 29 August 2013

    Now more than ever before, landlords need to ensure they have fully protected their tenants’ deposits.

  • Sale and purchase of dental practices: just another hurdle? weblink

    Briefings | 27 August 2013

    In the business of dealing with the sale and purchase of dental practices there are hurdles to jump, the most important of which is the effective transfer of the interest in a GDS contract.

  • The end of chancel repair? weblink

    Briefings | 19 August 2013

    A key date in the conveyancing diary is 13 October 2013.

  • Zero-hour contracts: their rise… and potential fall? weblink

    Briefings | 15 August 2013

    Vince Cable thinks zero-hour contracts are being abused and has announced a review of their use.

  • The importance of protecting your trademark weblink

    Briefings | 13 August 2013

    The ruling made last month by the UK Intellectual Property Office that Nestlé could not protect the shape of its four-finger Kit Kat bar under trademark was remarkable for a number of reasons.

  • 'Remarkable' IPO ruling over Kit Kat design weblink

    Briefings | 12 August 2013

    The UK Intellectual Property Office has ruled that Nestlé can not protect the shape of its four-finger Kit Kat bar under trademark.

  • NHS reforms: a practice manager's view weblink

    Briefings | 8 August 2013

    Sintons client Philip Horsfield, practice manager at Village Green Surgery, discusses how the recent reforms in the NHS have led to ‘chaos’ in primary care.

  • Real-time information and the overhaul of payroll taxation weblink

    Briefings | 25 July 2013

    In April of this year, we witnessed the biggest change to the PAYE system since 1944. The new system is designed to improve the efficiency by which HMRC collects PAYE and National Insurance contributions, through the use of real-time information or RTI. Although most employers ‘went live’ in April, RTI will be compulsory for all companies by October 2013.