What Next for Prince Andrew?

Covid 19, remote execution and forged wills

Join us on Wednesday, 22 September 1PM – 1:45PM for What Next for Prince Andrew? presented by Josh Lewison. In this lunchtime webinar, Josh explores the options open to a party who is sued in a foreign jurisdiction. Should they contest the case? Should they ignore the proceedings? Are they in a position to compromise? […]

Professional Negligence in the Will Drafting Process

Favourite Cases: Target Holdings Ltd v Redferns [1996] AC 421 - Article and Video by Peter Dodge

Join us for Professional Negligence in the Will Drafting Process on Thursday, 23 September 11:00am – 12:00pm. In this webinar Katherine McQuail and Marcus Flavin will discuss the will preparation and drafting process from beginning to end, with a view to: avoiding errors that may lead to professional negligence claims and assisting to identify when and why a disappointed […]

60-seconds with Sophia Rogers

Sophia Rogers features in the most recent edition of ThoughtLeaders4 Private Client Magazine. The article titled ’60-seconds with Sophia Rogers’ can be found on page four, here.

Piers Feltham

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The spectrum of his practice is such that at different times he has legally advised the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrat Party, the Communist Party of Great Britain, the Workers’ Revolutionary Party and the Muslim Council of Great Britain, and his pro bono work includes helping the “Ad Hoc” group of zoologists […]

James Main v SpaDental (1400999/2019)

Jamie Cockfield, instructed by Trowers & Hamlins LLP, was successful for the Trustee in Bankruptcy in the case of James Main v SpaDental Limited in the Bristol Employment Tribunal (Case Number: 1400999/2019). The Claimant, Mr Main, issued proceedings in March 2019 in which he claimed holiday pay pursuant to the Employment Rights Act 1996 and Regulation […]

Occupation of Premises by a Charity for Charitable Purposes by Clive Moys

Clive Moys features in the most recent issue of Sweet & Maxwell’s Private Client Business. The 80% mandatory non-domestic rates relief enjoyed by a charitable body in occupation of a hereditament is a concession of considerable value and importance – Local Government Finance Act 1988, s. 43 (or s. 45, viz. an unoccupied hereditament). Both […]

Howard Smith

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His contentious commercial work involves contractual disputes, banking, insurance, third party costs and insolvency. His non-contentious commercial work includes drafting commercial contracts, security documents and overage agreements. He is the Consulting Editor of the “Deeds and other Instruments” volume of “Halsbury’s Laws” (2019). Howard also specialises in private client work, including Court of Protection, probate […]

Roger Mullis

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He appears regularly in the Court of Appeal, the Business and Property Courts of the High Court (before judges and masters), the Family Division (in family provision cases), in county courts and in the Court of Protection, the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chambers) and the Land Registry and Leasehold Property Tribunals.

Consequences of Cohabitation and Divorce: Till death do us part?

On Thursday 17th November, Daniel Burton and Emma Loizou presented a webinar on ‘Consequences of Cohabitation and Divorce: Till death do us part?’ In this webinar, Emma discusses options available for cohabiting partners where one partner has died intestate or has failed to leave sufficient provision in a will for the other. Daniel discusses conflicts […]