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Updating the Code for Leasing Business Premises

By Joseph Mazzucca, Michael Callaghan The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is consulting on a new edition of the Code for Leasing Business Premises (the Code). The third edition of the Code was published in 2007. It sets out best practice for landlords when negotiating the terms of a new commercial lease with a […]

Quarter 2: Employment case law update

By Antonia Blackwell Once again, discrimination cases play a key part in this quarterly update. In the case of Gan Menachem Hendon Limited v De Groen, Ms De Groen worked at a Jewish nursery run in accordance with ultra-orthodox Chabad principles. During her time there it came to light that she was co-habiting with her […]

The tenant fees ban what fees can landlords and letting agents charge

By Neil Gordon The ban on tenant fees in the Tenant Fees Act 2019 (the Act) will come into force on 1 June 2019. The Act limits the fees which residential landlords and letting agents in England can charge to tenants and their guarantors. Breach of the Act could result in substantial civil penalties and […]

Retail logistics report

By Perran Jervis Meeting demand for faster delivery is leading to bigger investment in logistics and fulfilment, according to our research among top 100 UK retailers. Retailers have been feeling the effects of digital’s growth for years; but our latest report reveals that we’re now at a tipping point, with unprecedented pressure on retailers to […]

Social Housing Monthly Law Update – April 2019

By David Isaacson TLT’s monthly law update on all things affecting social housing Highlights this month include: Fitness for Human Habitation: what does it mean? Domestic landlords must pay £3,500 per property to improve energy efficiency Major legislative changes anticipated for the supply of housing for older people New Report puts the spotlight on complaints about […]

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Money can’t buy you…..

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B&M opens fifth office in Mexico

Baker & McKenzie is opening its fifth office in Mexico in the country’s second largest city Guadalajara. The firm, which is already the largest law firm in Mexico, is opening in the city because it is the country’s equivalent to Silicon Valley and will help it service high-tech clients. Baker & McKenzie opened in Mexico […]

Personnel services

As more and more lawyers move firms, personnel departments are employing the services of independent careers consultants in a last-ditch attempt to retain staff. Alison Clarke reports There was a time when it was virtually unknown for lawyers to leave the firm where they trained and even more unusual for them to leave the profession […]

Martineaus launches e-business network

Martineau Johnson is launching a website aimed at matching high-tech entrepreneurs with venture capitalists. The website, Go4dosh, is designed to allow those with ideas but a lack of funding to place a summary of their business plan on the internet. Potential investors can then be put in touch with them by contacting the firm. Martineau […]

The Italian job

Fine wines, fashion and food to die for are just a few of the attractions which might tempt the downtrodden rain-drenched UK lawyer to ditch the City in favour of la dolce vita. But aside from the lure of palatial offices just a car ride away from the lakes and mountains of Italy and temperatures […]

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