This post discusses whether an electronic signature can be contractually binding and examines Neocleous & Anor v Rees 2019
Press Release: Family law specialist joins Cardiff matrimonial and children law team at Robertsons
We discuss what you need to know about Consumer Contracts and the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
The landscape of leasehold offices is changing since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. With more people working from home, businesses changing their working model by closing offices and putting more emphasis on remote working. Naturally, this means that many companies are reviewing their Leases. Leases will often contain a Break Clause which allows the […]
When a Shareholder dies it is important that appropriate agreements are in place to ensure that their shares are distributed as per their wishes.
Employment Law specialist, Will Baird, discusses the key employment law changes that come into play from 1 April 2021.
We talk to Caitlin Kloet about working as a Trainee Solicitor during the pandemic.
Cohabiting couples do not have the benefit of ‘common law’. So what happens when they have a property but decide to separate?