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Dec
08
Biden, Brexit and British Business
Brexit Leave campaigners, including Boris Johnson, promised that a free trade agreement between the US and the UK would be one of the greatest advantages of leaving the European Union. However, the post-Brexit transition period ends on 31 December and as things stand there will be no formal trade agreement between the UK and EU member states.
Dec
07
No Survivorship Clause? No Inheritance?
As wills are generally written several years before someone’s death and it can often be the case that by the time of a testator’s death a beneficiary has died.
Dec
04
What does 'conclusive' mean in a commercial service charge dispute?
Blacks Outdoor Retail Limited (Blacks) was the tenant of retail premises located at Chicago Buildings, Whitechapel and Stanley Street, Liverpool L1 6DS. The case concerned the construction of a provision in a commercial lease under which the landlord's certificate of the total cost of services provided under the lease, and the service charge payable by the tenant
Dec
04
Time for a change for the Leisure and Hospitality Sector
In order to help businesses on the road to recovery from the effect of the worldwide pandemic, the Government issued new regulations in relation to change of use to take effect on 1 September 2020.  
Dec
03
Leisure and Hospitality Sector: Updating your Contracts for Brexit
The end of the Transition Period on 31 December 2020 will have an impact on the leisure and hospitality sector, both for businesses within the UK and those domiciled in the EU.
Dec
03
Will the Pips Tweet?
On 10 November 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), issued a press release noting that it had issued its first Article 65 decision under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), against Twitter. At the time of writing, this is all we know.
Dec
02
Are you “Zoomed out”?
Back to back video meetings are tiring – but why? Emma O’Connor asks why some are suffering from “zoom fatigue” and looks at how we can build resilience at work and improve our meeting momentum?
Nov
27
Developers get their hands slapped by the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has not, prior to the case of Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd [2020] UKSC 45, had cause to consider an appeal relating to section 84 of the Law of Property Act 1925 (LPA 1925).
Nov
26
Recruiting and Protecting Employees in a Pandemic
We have all welcomed the good news of a vaccine that will be available imminently. There is hope that life will return to some form of normality at some point in the New Year. Many businesses have been badly affected by the pandemic, others have faired better.
Nov
26
Reading law firm Boyes Turner advises Pegasystems on Reading European HQ lease renewal deal
Reading law firm Boyes Turner advises Pegasystems on Reading European HQ lease renewal deal

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