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Family Law Bulletin 4: Financial Matters Upon Divorce

Resolving financial issues arising from a marriage is often the most difficult part of dealing with a divorce.  Initiating the divorce process is only the first step and whilst that is often an emotionally

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Employment Law Bulletin 8

Job Support SchemeWith the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (‘CJRS’) due to end on 31 October 2020, the Government has been facing increasing pressure to provide some alternatives or an extension to

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Commercial Property Bulletin 4

Whilst the residential property market in the southeast appears to be holding up against the ravages of the recession, there are signs that Covid-19 is starting to take its toll on the commercial real

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Family Law Bulletin 3: Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation is a topic which has increasingly become the centre of discussion over recent years. In the mid 1980’s, the American child-psychiatrist, Richard Gardner, classified the concept of

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Employment Law Bulletin 7

Written Statement of Employment ParticularsWith everything else that has been happening over the last few months, it would be easy to forget the usual raft of employment law changes that come into force

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Commercial Property Bulletin 3

Directors BewareAn interesting case was decided by the Court of Appeal at the end of July this year that sheds light on individual shareholders rights to inspect a leaseholder-owned management company’s

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Family Law Bulletin 2: Pensions on Divorce

Since the introduction of the Pensions Advisory Group (PAG) report, practitioners have used the report to assist them in how best to approach pensions upon divorce. After the matrimonial home, pensions

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Copley Clark Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 6

Furlough Bonus Scheme and claiming back home working expensesFurlough Job Retention BonusIn the Chancellor’s summer statement on 8 July he announced that the furlough scheme would not be extended beyond

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Commercial Property Bulletin 2

Every cloud has a ……………….Pandemics and recessions demand creativity, a principle that applies as much to commercial property as it does to all other areas of business.  The usually slow

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Making and Registering Lasting Powers of Attorney during the coronavirus outbreak

​You may be wondering whether you can still make and register a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) given that we find ourselves in a time of social distancing, shielding and self-isolation. The short answer

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