Coronavirus: Tips to help businesses manage cashflow
The coronavirus is making life difficult for everybody, but there are positive steps you can take to help mitigate losses and protect your business. …
Is coronavirus a force majeure event?
As the movement of goods and services, supply chains and company share prices continue to be affected by COVID-19, does coronavirus constitute a force majeure event?
Making Waves – copyright update
In the recent decision of Response Clothing Ltd v The Edinburgh Woollen Mill Ltd, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court has found that a textile can be a work of artistic craftsmanship and protected by copyright.
Unfortunately, claims against wills of high value estates including land and farms are common – so what can you do to avoid them?
Putting your footer in it
Tania Brodie-Clarke explains how your email footer could trip your business up with costly consequences.
What could be more harmless than an email footer or …
Get ready to rumble: Round 2
Following our advice on preparing for an adjudication we share tips on how to handle yourself once an adjudication notice lands.
Update: New form for section 21 notice
There have been many changes to the possession procedure when relying upon a section 21 notice. From 1 June, a new form 6A must …
Confused about inheritance claims?
Our experts answer some key questions and correct some common misunderstandings about Inheritance Tax claims and guide you through making or mitigating a claim.
Get ready to rumble: Round 1
Everyone wants construction projects to go as smoothly as possible. But things don’t always go to plan and that can lead to debate, fall-outs, disputes and adjudication.
Breaking up is hard to do
Need to terminate a contract that’s not delivering? It’s a tricky situation, but dispute resolution lawyer James Pierce has some helpful advice.
Your organisation has …