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Zero Points for Hindsight: ending a contract the right way

Mark Ridley
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Choose your words carefully.  That was the message from the High Court recently in the high-profile case of Phones 4u Ltd (In Administration) v EE Ltd .  The court ruled that EE were not allowed to claim damages arising from alleged breaches of...

Haven't got around to making a Will?

Debbie Duggan
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If you haven’t yet got around to making a Will why not take this opportunity to do so?    If, like me, you are wondering where 2018 is disappearing to as we near the end of February, it may be an opportunity to think about when you made...

First intake of trainees to qualify at BakerLaw

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BakerLaw LLP First intake of trainees to qualify at Farnham Solicitors BakerLaw. BakerLaw are delighted to announce that from their first intake of trainees to qualify, Farhana Ahmed has been retained by the firm qualifying into her specialist area of...

Do I qualify for a refund on my registration fee for my Power of Attorney?

Amy Nelson
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If you made a Lasting Power of Attorney (or registered an Enduring Power of Attorney) between 2013 and 2017 then read on as you could be entitled to a refund on your registration fee….   Who is entitled? The Government have announced...

Landlords: Do you wish to avoid the new minimum energy efficiency standards?

Janet Waine
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The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) Regulations 2015 (the Regulations) come into effect on the 1 April 2018.  It will be unlawful for a landlord of residential property to grant a new tenancy of property with an Energy Performance...

Changes to Data Protection law in the UK: The GDPR

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Data protection is an issue that is making ever-more frequent appearances in news headlines, and with the implementation of a new EU-wide framework for data protection law in 2018, this should not be expected to change any time soon.  What is the...

Corporate Transaction Series (3/5): The Share Purchase Agreement

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In our third instalment of our corporate transaction series, we consider the significance of the share purchase agreement within the context of the transaction. What is a share purchase agreement? A share purchase agreement (SPA) is the agreement that...

BakerLaw and ThinkMarble: GDPR breakfast seminar

Emily Yeardley
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Data protection is an issue that is making ever-more frequent appearances in news headlines. With the deadline for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation being set at 25th May 2018, businesses found to be in breach of the new regulations...

What is the effective date of termination?

Emily Yeardley
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When considering Employment Tribunal Claims a key point to be established is the Effective Date of Termination (EDT). This date marks the end of the period of continuous employment and is often the date on which the time limit for presenting a claim runs...

Give it a rest!

Emily Yeardley
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Regulation 12 of the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR) entitles workers to take a rest break of not less than 20 minutes if their daily working time exceeds six hours. Mr Crawford, a relief cover signalman for Network Rail has brought an employment...

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