By David Asker Residential evictions The Government is introducing emergency legislation to prevent landlords from starting eviction proceedings against tenants for a period of at least three months. Here is the press notice. This is to protect renters in both social and private accommodation in these challenging times. It will allow those with financial difficulties […]
By David Asker Residential evictions As you may be aware, the Government is introducing emergency legislation to prevent landlords from starting eviction proceedings against tenants for a period of at least three months. This is to protect renters in both social and private accommodation in these challenging times. It will allow those with financial difficulties […]
By David Asker The Government has announced a package of support to renters, this support includes: Protection from eviction for renters Emergency legislation will be rushed through to suspend evictions from both social housing and privately rented accommodation. There will be no further residential possession proceedings through applications to the court. This will, of course, […]
By David Asker Unlicensed underground raves are on the increase, there is a thriving community of people engaged and ready to party in any empty commercial space. Social networks and communication The rise in raves coincides with more and more ways to communicate securely, with Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram all being ways to engage with […]
By David Asker Valuation The valuation process means that the enforcement agent is required to obtain a valuation, the debtor is also given an opportunity to obtain an independent valuation if they so wish. The valuation is given in writing by the enforcement agent and this is shared with the debtor and any co-owner. Enforcement […]
On January 20, 2021, the Federal Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal in CanMar Foods Ltd. v. TA Foods Ltd 2021 FCA 7. This precedent setting appeal stems from the underlying decision of Justice Manson which itself was recognized as the Canadian Patent Impact Case of the Year by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) Americas Awards 2020. Gowling […]
Reading the RICS commentary this week about the latest lockdown “putting the brakes on housing sales”, the announcement from Homes England that it will not enforce the ‘First Longstop’ for the existing Help to Buy scheme, essentially giving our housebuilder clients an extra month to reach PC on their Help to Buy units, is a […]
Hear how diversification has helped Ashton Gate Stadium to stay relevant to sports fans and the local community during the pandemic.
Within the European single market, firms established in any European Economic Areas (EEA) member states could use ‘passporting’ rights to provide financial services in the UK without being directly authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Given that the landscape of threats has significantly expanded, it comes as no surprise that the European Commission has proposed a revised version of the Directive concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union.
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McDermott Will & Emery is building up its City restructuring practice with the hire of Proskauer’s European restructuring head. Mark Fennessy joins McDermott as head of restructuring in London with fellow restructuring lawyer Sunay Radia, who joins as a partner. Fennessy spent eight years at Proskauer where he specialised in all areas of contentious and […]
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld’s City revenue is now within touching distance of the $150m mark, after double-digit growth in the office. The firm has posted a rise of 19 per cent from $125m to $149m in London. Globally turnover was up 6.5 per cent to $1.209bn from $1.135bn. The biggest global jump was in […]
Allen & Overy wants to increase collaboration between its lawyers and participants of incubator Fuse, while also expecting to run a “hybrid model” of working once a new cohort of start-ups are chosen. The incubator of the magic circle firm is set to start taking applications for its fifth cohort, with both emerging and established […]
Two of Irwin Mitchell’s most highly-regarded employment partners are to launch their own firm, adding to the blossoming number of boutiques in the City. Shazia Khan and Emilie Cole will go it alone as ColeKhan LLP from 2 May 2021. The pair had previously worked together at Bindmans before moving to Irwin Mitchell in 2018, […]
Taylor Wessing has amended its eligibility rules to enable staff to take career breaks and sabbaticals sooner than usual, in response to the third national lockdown. The firm has removed its usual two-year continuous service eligibility for people wishing to take up these unpaid options, as firms continue to think of ways to support staff […]
Goodwin is eyeing up Sidley Austin’s private equity grouping again, with a number of associates set to join a partner team led by Christian Iwasko and Erik Dahl, The Lawyer understands. Goodwin is thought to be hiring up to six associates from Sidley’s private equity team after Goodwin brought in a partner group spearheaded by […]