News & Deals
Our latest News and Deals
MEES Regulations: Upcoming Changes
From 1 April 2023 changes will come into effect which will alter the application of the MEES Regulations to commercial leases with potentially far-reaching consequences for landlords and tenants alike.
Register of Overseas Entities
The register of overseas entities is a new statutory register maintained by Companies House.
New Year… new rights and new rates
In this update we will look at recent employment law changes as well as several changes that are likely to be implemented this year:
What is overage and when should a seller consider selling their property subject to an obligation on a buyer to pay overage in the future?
EU law and IR35 what’s coming next?
Whilst there remains some uncertainty (we do not agree that it’s appropriate to start talking about a bonfire of employment rights as others have chosen to do), it is highly unlikely that the government will completely revoke EU-retained legislation. Instead, it’s likely that the retained legislation will be restated or slightly amended. Our main concern is the timing and how much there is to get through in just over a year, but we will keep you updated on all changes.
Option to Purchase vs Right of Pre-Emption
What are the differences between an option to purchase and a right of pre-emption?
Cost Cutting and Supporting Employees During the Crisis
Recent research indicates that only 5% of employees feel that their employer is doing “enough” to support them during the current cost of living crisis with a further 63% confirming that they would leave their current employer for another company if it provided better financial support.
The Harpur Case – Clarity or More Holiday Pay Headaches?
For employers engaging part-year workers, calculating holiday pay must now be revisited following the recent ground-breaking judgment in Harpur Trust v Brazel.
The Use of Pronouns in the Workplace
Gender pronouns are terms people choose to refer to themselves that reflect their gender identity.