Published: 28 January 2016 | Category: Fletcher Day News
Ronak Bastani, Solicitor and member of the firm’s Middle East Desk has been quoted in an article on the subject of lifting of EU Sanctions in Iran. The article appears in Supply Management (the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply’s online magazine). Read the full article here.
Published: 21 December 2015 | Category: Employment News
As we near the closure of another year in the world of employment law, we thought we would give you a flavour of the varied types of cases and regulations that have helped shape this year, and are likely to create more twists and turns as we roll into 2016.
Published: 29 October 2015 | Category: Dispute Resolution News
In a property sale, can a party who has both failed to complete a sale on the contractual completion date and failed to comply with a notice to complete, subsequently turn the tables and rescind a contract itself, thereby pulling the rug out from under the ‘innocent’ party’s feet? In the recent case of Hakimzay Ltd v Swailes the answer, as many would expect, was no.
Published: 26 October 2015 | Category: Corporate News
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 is currently being implemented in a staged fashion throughout 2015 and 2026. During this transitional period it is important to be aware of the new measures coming into force so that you don’t get caught out.
Published: 1 October 2015 | Category: Property News
New rules affecting every landlord of residential property are now in force. They affect the Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) which is the tenancy agreement used most frequently in the private rented sector. From 1 October 2015 new rules apply concerning the grant and termination of ASTs.
Published: 14 September 2015 | Category: Fletcher Day News
Piers Larbey (whose clients include SMEs, large multi-nationals and start-ups as well as high-net worth individuals and entrepreneurs) joins us from London law firm Fisher Meredith LLP
Published: 30 July 2015 | Category: Employment News
Following the General Election, the new Government has set out proposed plans which could affect both Employers and Employees.
Published: 29 July 2015 | Category: Licensing News
Balancing the needs of residents with a vibrant night time economy is one of the headaches frequently facing Local Authorities up and down the country. Hackney Council has gone so far as to propose a new bylaw that could see venues close at 11pm and prevent any new licences being granted in certain stress areas, such as Shoreditch.
Published: 1 July 2015 | Category: Fletcher Day News
We are delighted to announce the opening of the firm's City branch office.
Our new offices are located at 88 Wood Street, in the heart of the City of London. Situated on the 11th Floor of this 18 story skyscraper, our offices offer panoramic views of the City, providing a stunning backdrop against which to do business.
Published: 29 May 2015 | Category: Property News
Some people may not know but last week was "Dying Matters Awareness Week". This was intended to bring to people’s attention the emotionally difficult raft of issues raised where a person who may not have long to live, might want to put his or her affairs in order.
Published: 28 April 2015 | Category: Property News
We all think that being a victim of fraud is something that happens to other people: a remote tragedy that affects only a minority, yet with the Land Registry paying out over £26million in claims for fraud last year the risk of being a victim of property fraud is greater than ever.
Published: 27 April 2015 | Category: Fletcher Day News
The Mayfair branch of 7AM was launched from our office last month. 7AM is a new type of networking group launched by partner George Cselko. The cost is currently £15 to attend as a guest, or £50 quarterly membership to cover breakfasts and contribution to website costs and socials. The boardroom at out offices in the heart of Mayfair provides an intimate venue where everyone can be easily heard when giving their presentations.
Published: 2 April 2015 | Category: Licensing News
From 1 April 2015, the requirement to renew a personal licence was abolished. As long as your personal licence did not expire before 1 April 2015, there is no need to make an application to renew it. Although a personal licence will show an expiry date, it will continue indefinitely.