In her latest article, CEO Karen Bexley reflects on the year so far at Bexley Beaumont, discusses some of her highlights from the year and explains why she is looking forward to planning 2024 and beyond.


Commercial and Data Protection Partner Hugh Goulbourne discusses the importance of cyber security within business leadership and how robust systems are required to mitigate potentially substantial losses.


Commercial Partner Elizabeth Selby discusses her Top 5 Tips for Contract Variations. The article considers five important points to bear in mind when you want to amend a contract.


Commercial and Technology Partner James Teare writes that companies looking to embrace the commercial benefits of AI can’t afford to overlook its possible impact on their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) obligations - and how that might affect future relations with investors and regulators alike.


Corporate and Commercial Disputes Partner Melissa Worth discusses the three key reasons in support of settlement as an alternative option to going to trial.


With the UK Government under fire for “stop-start planning reform” and local authorities taking ever longer to process development applications, Bexley Beaumont Partner Pritpal Swarn writes that clarity is increasingly needed by public, councils and developers alike.


In her latest article Corporate and Commercial Disputes Partner Melissa Worth discusses professional negligence, the common signs which may provide an indicator for a case of professional negligence and, when expert advice from a professional negligence solicitor should be sought.


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.

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