Whilst it may be sound family planning advice to keep eggs, or indeed sperm, frozen to plan against future unforeseen events, those choosing to do so in the UK should be aware that it is not as simple as “putting them away now and not having to worry about them again”.
We explore the SDLT position in respect of a property development company's purchase of a freehold development site in one of the home counties in England, and consider whether steps could be taken to mitigate its SDLT charge on the transaction.
The recent paper from the Department for Communities and Local Government calling for evidence on the residential conveyancing process heralds the possible reform and review of the home buying process.
Nicholas Lakeland examines some of the major Jewish holidays and offers practical advice to employers dealing with requests during these periods.
A team of 10 runners from Laytons LLP took on the challenge of Run the River, a major charity event that criss-crosses the Thames.
Employers who rely on multiple choice testing for candidates need to take heed of a case concerning the indirect discrimination of a job candidate who suffered from Asperger syndrome.
In a developing story, where all the facts are not yet clear, Wembley National Stadium (“WNS”) has successfully applied to invalidate Wembley Football Club (“WFC”)’s 2012 EU registered trade mark.
Toblerone has tempered Poundland’s launch of its rival “Twin Peaks” chocolate bar by threatening infringement action.