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If your looking to buy-to-let, then this article is for you. Members of our Conveyancing, Tax and Dispute teams have outlined everything you need to know about buy-to-let mortgages.
Paul Burton looks at a case where the definition of a worker was disputed. The Court of Appeal upheld an employment tribunal’s decision that a moped courier was a worker, and not self-employed, despite there being a right of substitution.
Chris Dobbs looks at a recent EAT case where disability and sex discrimination was claimed surrounding a woman's menopause symptoms. Chris discsses the key considerations for employers in such cases.
Hannah Faith outlines how to write a deed of variation letter and contact your freeholder. She then discusses what to be cautious of in the freeholders offer and provides the steps involved in variation.
Malcolm looks at pre-appointment liquidation sales as an alternative to administration pre-packs. He discusses a bit of insolvency history, the options for going concerns, the twilight zone, issues for IPs and directors and commercial issues.
On Monday 8th November, Malcolm Niekirk held one of his popular Coffee Break Briefing Webinars. In the webinar, Malcolm looked at pre-appointment liquidation sales as an alternative to administration pre-packs. Here is the recording...
In a recent case, a dismissed employee claimed disability discrimination.
Paul looks at this case, discussing whether the employer was discriminatory, despite having no knowledge of the disability at the time.
Leasehold Property Associate Anne Albritton discusses the role of the Right of First Refusal (ROFR) when a landlord sells their freehold. Anne considers what he ROFR means for leaseholders and what options they have.
Businesses who use auto-renewing contracts will need to comply with new principles.
Trainee Solicitor Tara Jones outlines these principles in this article, discussing the result of non-compliance.
With the popularity of the 'staycation' rising, beach huts have inevitably become more sought after. Fiona Knight answers your questions on buying and selling a beach hut.
Our lawyers give their reaction to the recent budget announcements, and touch on what they mean for Dorset’s businesses and wider economy.
Anne outlines what a lease extension is, when you might need one and how much one costs.
Insolvency Guru Malcolm Niekirk outlines how and why zombie litigation cases break the stay and discusses the role of third parties, Atlantic Computers and CPR 31.
In this article, Employment Partner Paul Burton looks at a recent case where a part-time employer claimed less favourable treatment due to not receiving paid breaks. Paul discusses the implications of the EAT's decision for employers.
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