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Cripps Pemberton Greenish litigator named in top 100 list

22 May, 2020
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
A lawyer at leading law firm Cripps Pemberton Greenish has been recognised as one of the top Trust Litigators Worldwide.   Myles McIntosh, head of the private client team, has...
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Leasehold enfranchisement

Guide to enfranchisement and lease extension

14 May, 2020
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
  Introduction to the Leasehold  Reform Act 1967 and the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 The area of leasehold enfranchisement has attracted a plethora...
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Data Protection

Supreme Court finds Morrisons not liable for data breach by disgruntled employee

3 Apr, 2020
The Supreme Court has overturned a previous judgement by the Court of Appeal and ruled that the supermarket chain Morrisons should not be held vicariously liable for the actions of...
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Budget 2020 – business tax – our initial reactions

11 Mar, 2020
A very confident and upbeat Chancellor delivered his first Budget speech today promising to deliver on his party’s promises to the British people.   Rishi Sunak opened with a...
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Divorce

All’s fair in collaborative law

4 Mar, 2020
With Family Court delays being at an all-time high, separating couples may be looking at alternative processes.  Vanda James, partner at law firm Cripps Pemberton Greenish...
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Family businesses

Family Investment Companies – the latest bee in HMRC’s bonnet…

28 Feb, 2020
The ‘breaking news’ in the FT last weekend that HMRC has set up a ‘secret’ team to investigate the use of family investment companies (or FICs) has certainly set the hares...
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Tax advice

Speculation increases about likely changes to entrepreneurs’ relief

22 Jan, 2020
There is mounting speculation about possible reforms, or even abolition, of entrepreneurs’ relief – potentially taking effect as soon as Budget Day on 11th March. Although...
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Law Commission’s Report on Option to Reduce the Price Payable on Enfranchisement

9 Jan, 2020
Having initially been delayed due to the dissolution of Parliament in November, the Law Commission have today published a report setting out their options for reform of the current...
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Divorce

Divorce: Putting Your Children First

10 Dec, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
Divorce is an inherently difficult and stressful time for couples… is how most marital breakdown articles start. But what about children? In a recent poll of 250 participants...
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Advertising, technology & media

In support of innovation – clarification of the legal nature of cryptoassets and the enforceability of smart contracts

2 Dec, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
The UK wants to make things easier for businesses at the forefront of developing innovative solutions using blockchain or other distributed ledger technologies, like...
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Employment (individual)

Changes to ‘Off-payroll working’ (IR35): What do they mean for your business?

26 Nov, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
Changes to the intermediaries legislation aimed at contractors or “off-payroll” workers, known as IR35, are due to take effect from 6th April 2020. The intention of IR35 is to...
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Real estate

Real estate needs to level up its skills and mindset with the technology sector to transform the built environment

15 Nov, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
A new report released today by top 100 law firm Cripps Pemberton Greenish, has found that real estate companies are crying out for partnerships with tech start-ups to help them...
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Real estate

Sequent Nominees Ltd (formerly Rotrust Nominees Ltd) (Appellant) v Hautford Ltd (a company registered in the British Virgin Islands) (Respondent) [2019] UKSC 47

1 Nov, 2019
The Supreme Court handed down its long awaited judgment in the Hautford case on 30 October 2019 providing an unexpected boon for landlords of commercial real estate.  The court...
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Food & drink

Attracting Investors in the food and drink sector

31 Oct, 2019
The food and drink industry is ripe for investment, with some fantastic entrepreneurial businesses bringing exciting new offerings to the market and predictions for continued...
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Food & drink

Back to the Black

31 Oct, 2019
Most catering businesses will have spikes in turnover and with any cyclical business the peaks need to generate sufficient profits to get through the troughs.  Many food...
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Construction

The new VAT reverse charge mechanism for construction services

3 Sep, 2019
On 1 October 2020, a domestic ‘reverse charge’ will be introduced for specified construction services. Under the new legislation, the recipient of services supplied in the...
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Retail, leisure & hospitality / Real estate

Breathing new life into our town centres: the case for collaboration in real estate regeneration

2 Sep, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
Louise Metson, planning associate and Lauren Warner trainee solicitor from Cripps Pemberton Greenish discuss. The retail industry is going through radical change and, with more and...
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Employment (business) / Food & drink

Zero Hours Contract – where are we now?

31 Aug, 2019
Zero Hours Contracts (“ZHCs”) are under increasing levels of scrutiny in the UK from employees and their representatives. The general view is that ZHCs are inflexible and not...
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Advertising, technology & media / Real estate

Fit for PropTech – How to scope and procure software to benefit your property business

29 Aug, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
PropTech has become the industry buzzword of the last decade as real estate investors grapple with how they can use technology to their advantage. Artificial intelligence...
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A tale of two cities: why savvy HNWIs are looking to West London

2 Aug, 2019
Partner Charles Miéville explains why Notting Hill continues to be a popular choice for high net worth clients looking to buy in London, and observes how the wider PCL market...
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