Climate change litigation has been on the rise since 2015. A report published by the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2021 found that globally 1,006 climate-related cases had been filed between…
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The pandemic has highlighted the need for companies to focus on how they make their money and the impact their activities have on our economy, society and environment. The relentless rise of environmental, social…
Throughout the pandemic and as a result of the Coronavirus Act 2020 (“the Act”), there have been certain restrictions imposed on commercial landlords in order to protect their tenants. However, until now these restrictions…
Throughout the pandemic, the Government put into place legislative measures with the enactment of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020. The aim of the legislation was to help and protect businesses and commercial tenants struggling financially due to Covid-19 by preventing the use of certain remedies.
As of 1 October 2021, some of that protection will be gone.
Throughout the pandemic, the Government put into place legislative measures with the enactment of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 to help and protect businesses and commercial tenants struggling financially due to Covid-19 by preventing the use of certain remedies.
There may still be restrictions on forfeiting leases for non-payment of rent, but the courts have said that this is no bar on suing for the money.
On 4 May 2021, the Government will be launching the Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space) in order to grant those with problem debt the right to some protection from creditors. While this is timely in terms of those for whom Covid has seriously impacted their finances, the scheme is actually part of a much wider picture of helping debtors to pay off their creditors under less stress.
Our specialist Personal Injury team review the news that former rugby players are bringing a lawsuit against rugby’s governing bodies, claiming that they have been left with permanent brain damage as a result of the game. Could this lawsuit change the sport forever?
Many businesses are being denied business interruption insurance payments, but are there any other avenues that could be investigated? Could the best place to start actually be how, or where you bought the insurance in the first place?
In these unprecedented times and with the Government taking action to step in with Banks and other credit institutions as well as Landlords both commercial and residential; you may be left wondering what you can do to get your debts paid?
HM Courts & Tribunal Service (HMCTS) has recently rolled out a scheme, initially piloted by a few firms, on a national level, allowing solicitors access to the online divorce service previously only available to individuals. So what are the advantages of divorcing online, and why should you get a solicitor to do what you can do yourself?
Parental alienation is undoubtedly a hot topic. At the recent Oxford Local Family Justice Board conference, a large portion of the day was dedicated to the psychological perspective on this controversial issue, as well as recent case law relating to how it is treated by the judiciary.