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Dec
23
Surge in demand for warehouse and industrial space
Businesses moving their operations online due to the coronavirus pandemic are fuelling a surge in demand for warehousing and industrial space. 
Dec
23
Tweeting Tardy: Twitter fined $500,000 for GDPR breach
Twitter’s recent $500,000 fine for breaching data protection laws provides lessons for businesses of all sizes, Jemille Gibson and Mark Blunden talk us through what this means...
Dec
23
Long-term impact of furlough
The Government’s furlough scheme has been extended to April 2020. How will this impact on employees and are redundancies inevitable?
Dec
18
Right of Way Disputes - Learning from Beavers?
Darryn Harris talks us through the recent case of McGill v Stewart & Anor [2020] EWHC 3387 (QB) one of the most recent in a long line of right of way cases...
Dec
17
Buying a care home - issues to look out for...
The care home market is expected to be buoyant in 2021. If you are considering buying a care home, there are various issues you should consider. Derek Ching partner in the commercial property team at Boyes Turner explains more.
Dec
17
Asking the Court of Protection to transfer an Inheritance into a Trust
Ruth Meyer talks us through a recent case, Re LMS (settlement of property into a trust) [2020] EWCOP 52, read the full case here...
Dec
15
Leisure and Hospitality: The new Immigration System
It’s been a tough year for the Leisure, Hospitality and Tourism industry and for many employers focus has understandably been on survival during the Covid Crisis. However, in less than two weeks a new Immigration System comes into force. For an industry which places a heavy reliance on European Workers the impact of this will be significant.  Claire Taylor- Evans, looks at what this means for Leisure and Hospitality employers – both for their existing employees and their future recruitment needs – in the post Brexit era. 
Dec
14
Brexit - Contractual considerations for recovering debts and litigating disputes
At the time of writing this article the final outcome of the Brexit negotiations hangs in the balance. Amidst the myriad of possible issues to consider, one area that tech companies may have overlooked is taking steps to improve their ability to recover outstanding debts post Brexit.
Dec
11
Schrems II: Guidance from the European Data Protection Board
In our article “Schrems II: What Next for Businesses? ” we wrote about the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to declare the Privacy Shield framework invalid and considered the impact of that decision on international data transfers.
Dec
11
Adverse possession and registered land
Darryn Harris talks us through the recent case of Dowse and Another v City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council [2020] UKUT 202 (LC)

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