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By Jason Wainwright
The current market conditions have led to dramatic fluctuations and events in the Landlord & Tenant market.
By Kate Sutton
Turnover rents are becoming increasingly common as the current economic climate sees a move to more flexible leasing arrangements which will in turn act as an incentive to tenants who are in a position to consider taking new leases.
By Jason Wainwright
A prepack is a deal for the sale of an insolvent company’s assets which is put in place before the company goes into a formal insolvency process.
By Kate Sutton
In the current uncertain economic climate and with the threat of tenant insolvencies, now is as good a time as any to take stock of any lease guarantees you may have either provided or which you may be able to rely on as a landlord.
By Philip Young
JJB Sports announced on 27 April 2009 that the majority of its creditors had accepted a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) put forward by its insolvency practitioner, KPMG.
By Tony McPhillips
We have prepared the following checklist which we hope will be useful to your managers when they deal with disciplinary and grievance issues.
By Tony McPhillips
The Acas Code (Code) will replace the statutory dismissal, disciplinary and grievance procedures which have been in place since 2004.
By Jonathan Combe
The Planning Act 2008 received royal assent on 26 November 2008 exactly a year to the day after the Bill was introduced to the House by Government.
By Jonathan Combe
One of the worst situations that any business will ever have to face is the destruction of the premises from which it trades and the recent destruction of the Findus factory in Long Benton, Newcastle is a good example of where a risk has become a reality!
By Jason Wainwright
Tenant insolvency is on the increase and nowhere is it more common than on our high streets where household names such as Woolworths, Zavvi and Land of Leather have been some of the more high profile casualties!
By Tony McPhillips
The European Court of Justice have released their decision in relation to the cases of Stringer and others v HM Revenue and Customs and Schultz-Hoff v Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund on the effect of long term sick leave on a worker's right to a minimum period of paid annual leave under Article 7 of the Working Time Directive.
By Tony McPhillips
It would be wrong to assume that the Employment Act 2008 is confined to the abolition of the Statutory Dispute Resolution Procedures.
By Tony McPhillips
From 1 February 2009 there will be increases on the limits of certain employment tribunal awards and other amounts payable under employment legislation.
By Tony McPhillips
All employers know how important it is to protect their confidential information particularly when a key employee moves to a competitor.
By Tony McPhillips
In April 2009 we will say goodbye to the much maligned Statutory Dispute Resolution Procedures which were brought in to encourage early resolution of workplace disputes.