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Jan
20
Business Support and Insolvency January 2021 Newsletter
Read the Business Support and Insolvency January 2021 newsletter here
Jan
14
When is a gift not a gift?
In some circumstances it is possible for purported gifts to be set aside. In order to do so a detailed analysis of the circumstances leading up to the alleged gift will need to be examined. In the recent case of Scott v Bridge & others [2020], the court considered whether three transactions stated by the recipients to be gifts were in fact gifts.
Jan
14
Senior appointments at Boyes Turner
Boyes Turner welcomes two new senior colleagues, with the appointment of Chris Harber as Head of Immigration and Nicola Patten as Head of Risk and Compliance.
Jan
13
Property Sector: The new Immigration System
It’s been a tough year for the Property industry and for many employers focus has understandably been on survival during the Covid Crisis. However, a new Immigration System came into force on 1 January 2021.
Jan
13
Cash is King in these challenging times!
It is that time of year: time to take stock and review your cash flow for 2021.
Jan
11
New lease extension rights for leaseholders
Millions of leaseholders in England will be given the right to extend their leases by a maximum term of 990 years at zero ground rent, the Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick announced on 7 January 2021.
Jan
11
Home schooling for working parents - options for employers and employees
Working parents are yet again having to cope with juggling home schooling and working during the latest coronavirus lockdown. What options do employers and employees have? And how can employers support their employees in create a working balance?
Jan
07
Hoteliers’ Liability under the Occupiers’ Liability Act
What liability, if any, do hoteliers have for the safety of guests in circumstances where guests take unnecessary risks?
Jan
07
The Quest for Adequacy: EU-UK Data Transfers after Brexit
Notwithstanding the holiday period, it would have been hard to miss the Christmas Eve announcement of a trade deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom, one week before the end of the UK’s Transition Period at 11pm on 31 December 2020.
Jan
06
Lockdown 3.0 and the Job Retention Scheme – New Year, new issues for employers
A new lockdown for England has been announced and the Job Retention Scheme (JRS#2) has been extended until 30 April 2021- Emma O’Connor, Head of Training, asks what does the new lockdown measures mean for businesses as we start 2021?

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