In her latest article Environmental Partner Emma Tattersdill discusses four ways in which any business may be caught by environmental law and not realise. Some businesses operate in a sector that they know is closely controlled by environmental regulations. For others, the requirement to engage with environmental law may be less obvious.


Bexley Beaumont Partner Matthew Wayman writes that the Grenfell fire disaster has rightly led to a tightening up of regulations relating to the safety of people living in multi-occupancy properties. Yet he describes how some property businesses have admitted finding it difficult to keep up-to-date with rule changes, despite the importance of doing so for themselves and their residents.


In her latest article CEO Karen Bexley discusses the benefits of the “Best of Both” for Bexley Beaumont.


Flexibility, certainty and support. Bexley Beaumont’s Private Wealth Team provides complex and specialist advice in private wealth. The Team acts for individuals, families, entrepreneurs, landed estates, family businesses and family offices. They also act for clients with international assets and/or family across the world. To discuss and understand why clients rely on the Private Wealth offering by Bexley Beaumont contact any member of the team.


A continued rise in the cost of living has had widespread consequences for individuals, regardless of whether they own or rent their homes. However, it has also impacted on landlords, leading to a reduction in the number of rental properties in the UK. As Housing and Regeneration Partner Sarah Savage explains, landlords looking to sell up can sometimes find that doing so is not necessarily straightforward.


Legislation making flexible working a more routine part of the employment landscape has just received Royal Assent. Senior Employment Associate Alice Kinder writes that although some bosses might regard it as potentially impeding productivity, more astute organisations will view the change as a way of retaining staff at a time of uncertainty in the labour market.


With everyone from film producers to parliamentarians expressing concerns about the impact of artificial intelligence, regulation of the technology seems imminent. However, with governments still trying to determine what form that regulation should take, Commercial and Technology Partner James Teare explains why it’s essential for companies to put their own AI policies in place now to avoid leaving themselves open to challenges in the future.


Alice is one of six finalists named in the Rising Star category of the seventh annual UK Social Mobility Awards. Alice was recently among a number of social mobility ambassadors appointed by The Law Society for England and Wales, and is a regular commentator on the issue.


New data from The Insolvency Service shows a continued sharp rise in the number of companies running into difficulties. Even so, David Higgins, Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency Partner at Bexley Beaumont believes that close scrutiny of the figures reveals how directors doing their best to seize the initiative and save viable elements of their firms.


The number of neighbours caught up in legal disputes continues to climb, with some cases due to frictions arising from home improvements. Real Estate Disputes Partner Matthew Wayman explains how knowing where you stand - or build - can help avoid difficulties.

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