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Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices

The Taylor Review was published this month.  The proposals include: – Keeping the distinction between employers and workers and naming workers “dependent contractors”. Definitions to be implemented for employees and workers. Removing the requirement for workers to have a contract …

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Shiva Shadi – Partner & Head of the Employment team at Davis Blank Furniss – discusses the Supreme Court’s Judgement on Tribunal Fee System

Unison has finally succeeded in its four-year campaign against the introduction of tribunal fees that was introduced back in 2013.  The introduction of the fees has seen a reduction of 70% in claims being lodged at the Employment Tribunal. Lord …

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Laura Willis – Associate Solicitor in our Private Client team – asks: Is the current law on Wills outdated?

The Law Commission for England and Wales has proposed that the law around Wills should be updated and brought into the “modern world”. The Law Commission wants to change the existing rules about how to create a valid Will where …

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Davis Blank Furniss & Capstone Financial Management to stage free Inheritance Tax and Estate Planning event in Glossop

Davis Blank Furniss has joined forces with Capstone Financial Management, a Partner Practice of St. James’s Place Wealth Management, and will be staging a free event in Glossop that will provide practical advice and guidance around inheritance tax and estate …

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Corporate and Commercial Newsletter – June 2017

Welcome to the latest departmental newsletter from Davis Blank Furniss.  Our focus this time is on our Corporate and Commercial department. DeBrieF OPINION Andy McNish – partner in our Corporate/Commercial department – discusses Bad Cases As a commercial lawyer, cases …

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Jessica Greenhalgh – solicitor in our Corporate/Commercial department – discusses Secondary Ticket Reselling

The government has recently published its response to an independent review into secondary ticket reselling. There are two main types of secondary ticket reselling. The first is when an individual sells a ticket online when they can no longer attend …

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Andrew Ryan – partner in our Dispute Resolution department – discusses Shareholder Disputes

Shareholder disputes are not unusual. Shareholders will often have different views and ideas about how the business should be run and this can often lead to conflict. There are documents which you can put in place to govern how the …

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Andy McNish – partner in our Corporate/Commercial department – discusses Bad Cases

As a commercial lawyer, cases sometimes come along that make you raise an eyebrow or even just sigh, as you realise a judge (quite unnecessarily) has just made your life more difficult. Often this happens when the court is seeking …

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Private Client Newsletter – May 2017

Welcome to the latest departmental newsletter from Davis Blank Furniss.  Our focus this time is on our Private Client team. DeBrieF NEWS: Laura Willis – associate solicitor in our Private Client team – discusses the Residence Nil Rate Band. What …

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Lewis Thompson – solicitor in our Private Client team – discusses Trusts.

What is a trust? A trust is an arrangement whereby assets (money, investments, property) are held by someone or by a group of people for the benefit of another person or group of people. The people responsible for looking after …

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