Builders told to remove leasehold terms that trap homeowners
Two major home builders have been told to remove contract terms that mean leaseholders have to pay ground rents that...
Night club director ordered to pay £200k for company law breach
A director who had conducted the affairs of a night club in a way that had unfairly prejudiced a minority...
Divorcing wife ‘wrong to access husband’s private information’
Many clients don’t realise that there are significant restrictions on what information they should be accessing in relation to their...
Inheritance tax ‘too complex and needs to be simplified’
The Treasury has agreed to make changes to the administration of Inheritance Tax following complaints from the public that it...
Family Mythbusters: “I’m his common law wife” & others
Our experts in the family department share and correct some of the most common myths regularly heard in relation to...
Government extends support for commercial and residential tenants
The government has extended the ban on evicting commercial tenants until 30th June 2021. Natalie Tatton Solicitor in our Dispute...
Key facts about the extended Job Retention Scheme (furlough scheme)
In his Budget 2021 speech, the Chancellor announced that the furlough scheme would be extended once more until 30 September...
Remember all that fuss about GDPR? 4 things to do today
So much has happened since the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into effect in 2018 that businesses are in...
The super-deduction: time to invest in plant and machinery?
In last week’s Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a new ‘super-deduction’ for companies that invest in qualifying new plant and...
White worker wins race discrimination claim against food company
A white worker at a firm producing Asian food was racially discriminated against after his supervisor told him to “go...
Easter re-opening, discounted watersports fun on Windermere
We're very excited to announce our re-opening for watersports from Good Friday, 2nd April. To celebrate, we're offering a 25%...
Demand for local produce surges as 12th April approaches
By: A Day's Walk
Lake District Produce Champion A Day's Walk has experienced a surge in interest and orders as the pandemic roadmap date...
The answer to (almost) every Health and Safety question ever asked12/10/2021
Appeal Court considers whether external doors are landlords’ fixtures11/10/2021
MBD has a tip of the week for you11/10/2021
One in five couples now start married life with a prenup06/10/2021
Constructive dismissal after sexual comments ‘can constitute harassment’06/10/2021