Home   Business   Law

Subscribe Now

Law




I'm a disappointed beneficiary - what are my options?

I'm a disappointed beneficiary - what are my options?

I'm a disappointed beneficiary - what are my options?

Sponsored feature | Lucinda Brown, Partner, BDB Pitmans


Family law: Don’t forget the pension when going through divorce

Family law: Don’t forget the pension when going through divorce

Family law: Don’t forget the pension when going through divorce

A sponsored feature by Mills & Reeve on an area that is often overlooked.


Family law: When a ‘special contribution’ just isn’t special enough

Family law: When a ‘special contribution’ just isn’t special enough

Family law: When a ‘special contribution’ just isn’t special enough

Sponsored feature: HCR in Cambridge explores the division of assets when couples separate.


The benefits and pitfalls of home-working probed in HCR study

The benefits and pitfalls of home-working probed in HCR study

The benefits and pitfalls of home-working probed in HCR study

30 per cent are working longer hours, Cambridge law firm finds.


Are pop-up shops the future for the high street?

Are pop-up shops the future for the high street?

Are pop-up shops the future for the high street?

Sponsored feature | Alexandra Messham, real estate lawyer, Hewitsons


Ashtons Legal appoints Andrew Skuse as partner to head up residential property teams

Ashtons Legal appoints Andrew Skuse as partner to head up residential property teams

Ashtons Legal appoints Andrew Skuse as partner to head up residential property teams

Move enables firm to expand its property presence in Cambridgeshire and West Suffolk.


Cambridgeshire County Council takes legal action against BAM Nuttall over guided busway repair bill

Cambridgeshire County Council takes legal action against BAM Nuttall over guided busway repair bill

Cambridgeshire County Council takes legal action against BAM Nuttall over guided busway repair bill

It is the latest in a protracted dispute.

2

Coronavirus: a short, sharp shock?

Coronavirus: a short, sharp shock?

Coronavirus: a short, sharp shock?

Sponsored feature | By Will Thomas, BDB Pitmans


Your legal questions for our lockdown agony uncle answered

Your legal questions for our lockdown agony uncle answered

Your legal questions for our lockdown agony uncle answered

Tim Tyndall, the employment team partner at Stone King, answers your queries relating to legal rights and procedures during the pandemic


Covid-19: Restrictions on movement

Covid-19: Restrictions on movement

Covid-19: Restrictions on movement

Woodfines Solicitors examines the regulations surrounding leaving the home in this sponsored feature.


How Tees Law employees will walk twice around the world for Mind

How Tees Law employees will walk twice around the world for Mind

How Tees Law employees will walk twice around the world for Mind

Staff are combining their daily exercise during lockdown with fundraising.


Coronavirus: When will schools reopen and how will students be fairly graded? Tees Law answers your education questions

Coronavirus: When will schools reopen and how will students be fairly graded? Tees Law answers your education questions

Coronavirus: When will schools reopen and how will students be fairly graded? Tees Law answers your education questions

Am I a key worker? Will childcare providers open over Easter? Find out in this sponsored feature.


Coronavirus: Tees Law answers your questions about contracts and Covid-19

Coronavirus: Tees Law answers your questions about contracts and Covid-19

Coronavirus: Tees Law answers your questions about contracts and Covid-19

What is Force Majeure and does Covid-19 count as an Act of God? Find out in this sponsored feature from Tees Law.


Tees Law answers your legal questions on bankruptcy

Tees Law answers your legal questions on bankruptcy

Tees Law answers your legal questions on bankruptcy

A sponsored feature by Tees Law.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More