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BakerLaw walking in support of access to justice

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We are hoping for more sunshine on Monday 21 st May 2018 when colleagues from both our Farnham and London offices will participate in the London Legal Walk. We will be walking 10 km through London with the Lord Chief Justice and thousands of lawyers in...

Corporate Transaction Series (5/5): Post-Completion

Danielle Collett-Bruce
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Completion will be a significant milestone in any transaction, however it is important to bear in mind that there will still be much to do in order to best ensure that the deal will be a success. Arguably, much of the hard work will have been done, however...

A technical revolution?

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A technical revolution? We are thrilled to be sponsoring the after party at the WXG conference at the Guildford Harbour Hotel on 26 April 2018. WXG brings together inspirational and technical industries for a one-day conference. Its engaging speakers...

Judge moves to end "meal ticket" divorce rulings

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In a landmark judgement, the Court of Appeal has ruled that divorcee Kim Waggott will only be entitled to three years spousal maintenance from her ex-husband multimillionaire William Waggott, overturning the original judgement that saw Mrs Waggott receiving...

Are you ready for the GDPR?

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Data protection and cybersecurity are subjects that are making ever more frequent appearances in news headlines. With the deadline for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation being set at 25 th  May 2018 and the Government confirming...

Was decision to dismiss employee related to her pregnancy?

Emily Yeardley
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Where an employer decides to dismiss an employee without knowledge of the employee’s pregnancy but it discovers, prior to dismissal, that she is pregnant, a tribunal may be asked to consider whether the dismissal was related to the employee’s...

Corporate Transaction Series (4/5): Disclosure

Danielle Collett-Bruce
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Having considered warranties in the context of the share purchase agreement (SPA), we now look at how the disclosure process naturally follows on from this and the necessity of considering the two together. What is the disclosure process? Disclosures are...

Further Blow to Litigants in Person

Michelle Ogunlaja
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The High Court has delivered a firm reminder to litigants in person (persons without legal representation) that the law will not be moulded for their convenience.  In the recent decision of  Reynard - v- Fox , Mr Reynard, a litigant in person,...

The New Telecommunications Code- The Price that Landowners Pay for a Good Signal

Gaenor Thomas
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Most people have at least one mobile telephone these days and understand the frustration caused by a bad or intermittent signal.   To provide a signal, however, operators need enough sites for masts and equipment.   With the bad publicity...

Where does the liability fall with KFC's chicken shortage?

Danielle Collett-Bruce
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If you’ve been keeping up with the news this week, it will have been difficult to miss the furore which has ensued following the closing of hundreds of KFC restaurants up and down the country. The cause of this – reportedly costing the chain...

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