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By David Winnie
David Winnie, Head of Sport and Immigration at Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP looks at the recent dramatic referendum outcome on 23 June 2016...
By David Burns
In the light of these two conflicting decisions the position is uncertain and we can expect these issues to be examined by the appellate courts soon.
By David Winnie
Sky Sports presenter, Natalie Sawyer, discusses the upcoming England v Iceland Euro 2016 match with Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP's David Winnie, head of the Sports Law Department.
By David Winnie
David Winnie, at solicitor at RFB, looks at important new legislation affecting employment rights and responsibilities due to come into force on 1 April 2016.
By Mahgol Sharili
In the Iran Series Part 1, Mahgol Sharili, a Farsi speaking solicitor and the head of the Iran Desk explored the recent history of sanctions in Iran and the country's diverse market.
By Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP
Our Family law solicitors based in our London City and West End explore the implications for financial arrangements arising out of divorce proceedings following the Supreme Court decision in Wyatt v Vince 2015 UKSC 14.
By Sona Ondhia
The ability to forfeit a lease is one of the most draconian but necessary remedies available to a landlord.
By David Winnie
Saturday 6 February, it's the 77th minute of a football match between Liverpool and Sunderland, and local fans at Anfield, home of Liverpool FC, abandon the stands in protest against the skyrocketing ticket prices.
By Mahgol Sharili
Mahgol Sharili, a Farsi speaking solicitor and the head of the Iran Desk here at Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP discusses the opportunities for businesses in Iran since sanctions relief was announced on ‘Implementation Day', 16 January 2016.
By David Winnie
Head of the Sports Law Department at Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP, David Winnie, explores the impact of the new FIFA regulations on working with intermediaries.