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Articles by ‘John North’

post  |  31:01:20

With many global clients, a significant amount of RWK Goodman’s work is international. We regularly work for both private individuals and businesses to meet their legal requirements around the world.

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post  |  02:04:19

We have welcomed Dan Meadon-Bower to the firm as a partner in our Corporate team in Bath. Dan joins the firm from TSB Bank, where as a senior commercial lawyer he led a number of high-profile projects supporting the bank’s procurement, marketing, products and SME business banking teams.

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post  |  21:06:18

Executors are responsible for the administration of an estate after the death of an individual. While they may benefit from the Will left by the deceased, or under the intestacy if there was no Will, they carry some heavy burdens whilst fulfilling their duties to administer the estate.

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post  |  08:05:18

One of the most popular legal services available on the internet is Will-writing. But where do they stand on the scale of effectiveness and, crucially, enforceability after death? Investigations have found that these platforms are not keeping up with the changes in inheritance law, meaning those using these services, without legal advice, could be missing out on changing tax allowances.

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post  |  13:12:17

UK based financial institutions have been forced to plan for potential contingencies following the Brexit vote. The terms of the deal negotiated between the government and the EU will affect how banks prepare for Brexit.

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post  |  05:09:17

Lawyers from RWK Goodman’s Corporate & Commercial team advised the shareholders of international event management agency, Banks Sadler Group Limited, on its sale to American Express Global Business Travel (GBT). Banks Sadler, which employs…

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post  |  08:06:17

Has triggering Article 50 opened a proverbial Pandora’s Box for divorce settlements? Paul Mansfield certainly thinks so and is subsequently challenging a £12.2 million divorce award to his ex-wife. He claims the that pre-EU referendum judgement took no account of the likely damage to his business caused by Brexit.

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post  |  30:05:17

Provisions under the Enterprise Act 2016 came into force on 4 May 2017, implementing stricter guidelines on insurers’ handling of claims. This begins to align our law surrounding insurance with that of the USA. In light of these new provisions, let’s look at how claims may be affected under policies taken out (or renewed) after this date.

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