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Maybe it is not all bad news.....

So is this the calm before the storm?  None of us can really know until the Article 50 notice is served. 

There is a definite feel of lets...

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Article 50 - the legal elements

In absence of a written constiution, the UK faces a period of uncertainty in respect of the implementation of Brexit by service of the...

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UK property still in demand

There has been a lot of publicity about the impact of recent events on the UK property market. This article makes me think back to 7 or 8...

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From Brexit to Texit?

Very few in the tech sector wanted a Brexit vote: the UK's current position as a platform for entry into the European market is an...
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5 ways to keep going after Brexit

I have worked through three recessions and maybe I will now have to weather a fourth but one lesson that has come out of that experience...

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"Ich bin ein Berliner"....

...As JFK once famously said in 1963. Whilst that was made against the backdrop of highlighting the problems with communism, there is a...

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And now for something completely different...

For those of us who can't handle another article debating the relative merits and demerits of Brexit and on a purely personal note, I...

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Holyrood v Westminster v Brussels

The European project has always been first and foremost a political creature.  It was a political decision to establish the European Coal...

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Can British Tech Survive a Brexit?

One massive concern of the recent Brexit is whether the UK Tech scene can weather the storm and keep its place as Europe's - and one of...

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Is the referendum result already in the bag?

According to a survey, where we shop could indicate which way we are likely to vote in the EU referendum.

Out of the big four...

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Should we stay or should we go?

Great article from our friends at Kingston Smith - lets hope their poll is right!

EU Debate – should we stay or should we go? We hosted an debate on whether we should leave or remain in the EU on 15 June. The debate...…

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Indiana Jones and the solicitor of doom

Cinema buffs will recall that in the Last Crusade, the third instalment of the movie franchise, our hero sought the Holy Grail and chose,...

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Having your green belt and eating it

Sadiq Khan has taken a strong stance against building in the green belt by refusing consent to a proposed new development in Chislehurst.

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Crunching the numbers on foreign investment

The Guardian has reported this week that one in four investors from Gulf states intending to buy property in London plan purely to gain...

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Brexit Jitters in the UK property market?

The latest figures published by Rightmove suggest that nationally the housing market has shrugged off uncertainty surrounding the EU...

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I Want It All: (subject to proportionality)

It's a hard life for Queen guitarist Brian May, who has seen the costs of his successful claim against the owners of his neighbouring...

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Is the housing market turning?

Some time ago I penned a short article on what causes the turning points in the residential market and how they are generally "black...

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Stretching the Green Belt

The green belt is an emotive subject - for some it prevents the development of new homes, for others it protects the countryside.

Michele...

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Speed of Justice

The efficiency of courts continues to vary greatly around the world.  Enforcing a contract through the courts can take four years in...

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Not so handy tips?

The government is consulting over ways to improve the treatment and transparency of service charges - both for customers and staff.  

My...

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Court costs 'crippling' UK litigation

A recent survey conducted by the London Solicitors Litigation Association and the New Law Journal confirms that the huge hike in court...

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Don't say you weren't warned: the dangers of 'pulling a sickie'

The England v Wales game kicks off at 2pm today, so it seemed an apt time to mention a recent case about 'pulling a sickie'.

In Metroline...

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EU referendum making me nervous

As a country we need to make the right decision. 

This is not an emotive decision about immigration but a serious choice based on economic...

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UK's highest rent agreed. Brexit? What Brexit?

A welcome reminder of the positive stories in relation to commercial property. 

These are times where we are talking about a fall in...

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Brexit or not, the GDPR is coming our way.

My colleagues at Howard Kennedy (@howardkennedy_ ) and I presented a breakfast seminar this morning on the new EU General Data Protection...

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Linking the dot.com

Well, that's a statement of intent if I ever saw one, in what will be one of the biggest tech acquisitions in history and which caused...

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The price of equality

The circumstances which unfolded over the weekend in Orlando were a salutary reminder that on LGBT rights the world is still a long way...

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Online Courts: a lawyer free zone?

Lord Justice Briggs, the new Deputy Head of Civil Justice, is the latest Judge charged with the unenviable task of implementing...

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Modern Slavery: first civil compensation award

A UK company has been found liable to compensate trafficked workers who described working in "inhuman and degrading conditions". 

The case...

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Rent increases for private renting tenants?

So buy to let landlords are likely to increase rent, to pass on the increased cost of running their businesses?

What increased costs are...

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Brexit: Would you like the chicken or the egg?

With just under two weeks to go to the EU referendum the Brexit and Bremain campaigns are at fever pitch. Whether it is house prices,...
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I shop therefore I Amazon

Amazon announces that it is to deliver fresh food as part of its offer to customers.  It seems this brand can do no wrong with the...

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Does tech have a gender pay gap problem?

Survey data suggests that a significant gender pay gap exists among younger tech workers.   This bucks overall trends which show a much...

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The knives are out - but who is really accountable

I can't help but think that the scathing attacks on Dominic Chappell, whether justified or not (and I am certainly not saying that they...

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The Court of Public Opinion, Part 3: Novelty Oversize Cheques

Back in my personal injury defence days I was told a story of a mediation that had been running all day and seemed to have no hope of...

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The Court of Public Opinion, Part 2: Open Offers

Very few people like washing their dirty linen in public. That holds true as much for businesses and their employees as for anyone else....

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Thank you for (stopping) the music.

Marks and Spencer turns off its in-store music after conducting extensive client feedback research about what it's customers want.  A...

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Yet more uncertainty for the property market.

Khan's announcement today to clamp down on office-to-residential conversions might not come as a surprise for some but where does this...

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More of a personal entry this time

Howard Kennedy has just announced that our chosen charity for the coming year is MQ, an organisation committed to research on mental...

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