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  • Family Law update - Has the Family Law world gone mad?

    Family Law update - Has the Family Law world gone mad?

    Has the Family Law World Gone Mad?We seem to be living in strange times! If the events across the Atlantic and the antics of the new President are not bizarre enough there have been very recently two potentially landmark decisions in family...

  • ​Commercial Lease Rent Reviews: Tenants and assignees beware

    ​Commercial Lease Rent Reviews: Tenants and assignees beware

    It is common for commercial leases for a term in excess of 5 years to have a rent review clause incorporated. Usually, the rent review clause will be upward only. This means that the revised rent will be the greater of the rent passing unde...

  • ​Unmarried Woman Wins Landmark Pension Battle

    ​Unmarried Woman Wins Landmark Pension Battle

    Last week the Supreme Court ruled in favour of an unmarried woman who wanted to claim benefits from her deceased partners' pension scheme. The Supreme Court's decision is likely to improve the pension rights of unmarried couples in the publ...

  • ​Maximum awareness, minimum wage

    ​Maximum awareness, minimum wage

    The Government has launched a £1.7 million awareness campaign to ensure workers know what wages they are legally entitled to, with Business Minister Margot James stipulating that "there is no excuse for not paying staff properly".The campai...

  • The Business of Charities Legal Briefing 2017

    The Business of Charities Legal Briefing 2017

    On Thursday 9th February, Clapham & Collinge Solicitors held a legal briefing on 'The Business of Charities: Solutions to Success' which addressed many of the important legal issues faced by charities, charitable trusts, associations an...

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