If you want to avoid your life being overlooked, don’t buy a glass fronted flat in a trendy area across the street from a world- renowned museum which wants to exploit its own potential for spectacular views.
A Laytons’ team of real estate lawyers will be in Cannes during MIPIM from 11-15 March 2019. Please use the form below to contact us if you would like to arrange a meeting in Cannes during these dates.
Nicholas Lakeland an employment partner, discusses the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in the workplace in light of the #MeToo movement and pending a House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee (CWEC) inquiry into their potential abuse.
Today is an important one for those at risk of being defrauded out of their occupational pensions by cold calling scammers. From today, it will be illegal to cold call or text individuals to encourage them to transfer their safe and valuable pension into risky and usually fraudulent schemes.
On 14 January 2019 the Trade Mark Regulations 2018 (SI 2018/825) come into force. These Regulations implement the EU’s Trade Mark Directive 2015/2436 and make a number of amendments to the Trade Mark Act 1994. The purpose is to further harmonise trade mark law across the EU.
HMRC has added a new paragraph 7.6 entitled “Authorised persons for particular legal entities” to notice 742A: Opting to tax land and buildings. This new paragraph confirms that HMRC are conducting reviews of option to tax notifications.
Following a recent Court of Appeal decision on the subject of litigation privilege, businesses will need to tread very carefully when taking steps to resolve a commercial dispute if they are not to find themselves seriously prejudiced in later litigation where negotiations fail.