News & Deals
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The Use of Pronouns in the Workplace
Gender pronouns are terms people choose to refer to themselves that reflect their gender identity.
Heads of Terms and the Negotiation of Leases
Whilst the heads of terms aren’t the final agreed negotiations, they do set an important starting point.
Selling Commercial Property – A Checklist
Selling a commercial property can be a time-consuming exercise, but it doesn’t have to be!
Perfecting the Protected Conversation
You’ve all been there, the employment relationship just isn’t working. There are many reasons, the role has changed, the needs of the business have changed, the employee isn’t performing or the team just aren't getting on.
Early Release from Commercial Leases
As a general rule a commercial lease will run for the full length of the contractual term with all payments due under the lease being payable in full during that period.
The Tribunal Process – Justice or Just Expensive?
We’re delighted to have been successful in two Tribunal cases for our clients recently.
A well-drafted shareholders’ agreement can be priceless to ensure protection and continuity of business.
To Search or Not to Search
When buying or taking a lease of a commercial property, we are often asked whether we would recommend that a buyer or tenant obtains usual commercial property searches.
Sale of Mobi Market
We were please to advise sellers in the acquisition of Mobi Market Limited by Twig Group.
Fire and Rehire or Consultation and Consent?
Fire and rehire is generally used when an employer wants to make changes to an employee’s terms and conditions of employment but they haven’t been able to (or in some cases haven’t tried to) get consent from the employee. We prefer to use the term dismissal and re-engagement.