Historically, I would receive numerous calls a year from employers who were concerned that their employees had been covertly recording meetings, or that their employees had threatened them with such recordings. Today, the landscape has shifted to such an extent that employers are considering whether they themselves should be recording all formal meetings. Every organisation... Read the rest of this entry →
Monthly Archives: June 2019
Tom Knightley from our Corporate & Commercial team asks: Letting Agencies – Do your standard T&Cs protect you properly?
Letting and management agencies are crucial players in the property sector. They provide peace of mind to landlords, who don’t have the time to micro-manage their properties, and their services ultimately benefit tenants with their professional and efficient handling of day-to-day matters. Agencies have long been aware that the way they do business is being... Read the rest of this entry →
As well as our central Manchester Deansgate office, Davis Blank Furniss have a team based in the lovely market town of Glossop, part of the beautiful High Peak district of the Peak District National Park. The High Peak is a beautiful part of the UK, packing in picturesque villages alongside stunning, untouched valleys. A couple... Read the rest of this entry →
In England and Wales, CPR can be performed in the event of a cardiac or pulmonary arrest unless a do not resuscitate order is in place. Patients with mental capacity however can choose not to be resuscitated. Patients also can delegate their decision-making to their next of kin by way of a Lasting Power of... Read the rest of this entry →
Earlier this month, we spoke to a range of business based in the High Peak, asking them what they loved about the area. Contributions covered places such as the town of Glossop, where Davis Blank Furniss has an office, and villages like Castleton, Edale and Hayfield. Now, we’re turning focus onto our Manchester city centre... Read the rest of this entry →