Bexley Beaumont Partner Emma Tattersdill explains that whilst having the Supreme Court operate from Manchester this week is something of a judicial milestone, one of the cases which it’s due to hear could be even more significant and change how unauthorised discharges of sewage by water companies are dealt with in the future.


In this series of articles, ‘A Case in Point’, Bexley Beaumont Construction Associate Brandon Silver will discuss recently reported cases by the Technology and Construction Courts (“TCC”), which explore key points in construction law.


The General Counsel Offering from Bexley Beaumont provides flexibility, certainty and support in a changing corporate world.


Bexley Beaumont Partner Phil Sheard writes that dealing with the consequences of a Covid bounce-back loan programme described by MPs as an “open goal for fraudsters” means that the legacy of the pandemic is likely to be with companies, lenders and insolvency practitioners for some time to come without any guarantee of recovering a substantial proportion of the sums handed out to businesses.


Bexley Beaumont Partner Heather Roberts explains that a recent High Court ruling involving the children of a “hopelessly disorganised” businessman and their stepmother has underlined the practical, emotional and financial benefits of effective estate planning.


Bexley Beaumont Employment Associate Alice Kinder discusses National Apprenticeship Week and highlights the important contribution which such schemes make to the lives of participants and the businesses which become involved.


Bexley Beaumont Commercial Disputes Partner Melissa Worth discusses Litigation Privilege. The parameters of exactly what is in scope can often be unclear including, until recently, whether or not the identity of persons authorised to liaise with solicitors and to provide those solicitors with instructions, must be disclosed. This point was addressed in the recent case of Loreley Financing (Jersey) No 30 Ltd v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited.


Commercial Partner Elizabeth Selby discusses her top 5 suggestions for anyone looking to franchise their business.


Bexley Beaumont Commercial Partner Jill Chamberlain explains that given workplace changes wrought by the pandemic and with contractual disputes the most common root cause of commercial court cases, it makes sense for businesses to undertake regular reviews of agreements with staff, suppliers and customers.


Bexley Beaumont Commercial Partner Ian Thomson discusses the dangers of making misleading statements in advertising or sales material.

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