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Blog archive: July, 2019

Leaving a legacy for your pet

Many will have heard the tale of Karl Lagerfeld’s cat Choupette, who reportedly inherited a substantial sum from the German fashion designer’s £153 million estate.  Whilst many of us with pets may not have the resources to fund such a lavish legacy, have you thought about what will happen to yours should they survive you? …

Leaving a legacy for your pet

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To Marry or Cohabit: that is the question

Wills, Trusts and Probate lawyer, Donna Payne, features in the latest edition of Ye Old Fighting Cock publication and discusses whether its better for couples to cohabit or get married. Click here for full article on page 8.

To Marry or Cohabit: that is the question

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M&A and Brexit

Levels of corporate transactions remain high across the UK despite the uncertainties caused by Brexit. In the latest issue of INFO Magazine, Partner Geraldine Fabre, explores some of the issues that require particular attention from general counsel and finance directors whether your business is located in France or the UK. Click here for the full …

M&A and Brexit

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GDPR- Top tips one year on

On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, and was heralded as the EU’s biggest shake up of data protection regulation to date. In the run up to ‘GDPR-Day’ we were inundated with emails from businesses asking us if we wanted to “stay in touch” and asking us to re-consent …

GDPR- Top tips one year on

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Indemnity Insurance Policies de-mystified

As part of the due diligence process, your lawyer will investigate the title to the property held with the Land Registry, where registered, when the property is either being sold or leased.  This will include looking at physical alterations that have been carried out to the property and checking those against records held with the …

Indemnity Insurance Policies de-mystified

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