Sophie Ducamp-Monod and Simrun Garcha examine forthcoming EU regulations changing the ways in which British spouses may deal with their property in France.
From 1 October 2018, changes are being made to mandatory licensing of HMOs in England. The Licensing of House in Multiple Occupation (England) Order 2018 (“the 2018 Order”) will replace the 2006 Order and alter the definition of an HMO under the Housing Act 2004.
The Disputes Team at Laytons is pleased to announce the successful outcome to an arbitration for a European client against a major steel producer.
Whether the law still remains fit for purpose 10 years on is something the Law Commission is currently considering as part of a wholescale review of surrogacy law. Whilst most surrogacy arrangements are successful, there remains the occasional case when it can go wrong.
Associate Partner, Nicola Wilburn Shaw has been featured in the Manchester Evening News following the start of new BBC drama, The Split featuring divorce lawyers, courtroom battles and big money settlements.
It seems Dr Dre took a chronic dislike to the prospect of Dr Drai securing a registered trademark for his phonetically similar trading name on grounds that it would cause confusion.