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Duties of directors

What are the duties of directors if a business becomes insolvent?

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Abi Lutey

With a number of high profile businesses going into administration in recent months, Coodes Solicitors’ Commercial Disputes Associate Abi Lutey…

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Gender pay gap reporting: will my SME have to publish salaries?

Gender pay gap reporting: will my SME have to publish salaries?

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Philip Sayers

A group of MPs is calling for organisations with more than 50 employees to publish salaries in an attempt to…

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Staff tips what will the new law mean for my business?

Staff tips: what will the new law mean for my business?

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Philip Sayers

Under proposed new legislation, restaurant staff will soon be legally allowed to keep 100% of tips. Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer…

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business acquisition deposit

Business acquisitions: what to do if your seller demands a deposit

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Sonya Bassett

Sonya Bassett, Partner and Head of Corporate and Commercial at Coodes Solicitors, outlines the steps you should take if you…

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What employers should do to help employees with disabilities

What employers should do to help employees with disabilities

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Philip Sayers

October marks the National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and with this in mind, Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer Philip Sayers advises…

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Civil partnerships to be opened to hererosexual couples

Change in the law will make civil partnerships available to heterosexual couples

Posted on October 02, 2018, by Sarah Evans

Prime Minister Theresa May has today announced that the law will be changed to give heterosexual couples the right to…

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Assured shorthold tenancy

Changes to tenancy law – what does it mean for landlords?

Posted on September 28, 2018, by Hayley Gaffney

Substantial changes to regulations around landlords evicting tenants with an assured shorthold tenancy (AST) come into force on 1 October…

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HMO licencing changes

Landlords: You could be affected by dramatic HMO licensing changes

Posted on September 26, 2018, by Laura Noble

Laura Noble from Coodes’ Residential Property team comments on radical changes to HMO rules and regulations, which come into force…

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Alzheimer's

What are the practical considerations if you’ve been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s?

Posted on September 18, 2018, by Amy Quinn

Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s brings with it a number of practical considerations.  Amy Quinn, Dementia Friend and solicitor in Coodes…

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No fault divorce

Have divorced laws changed and can I now have a no fault divorce?

Posted on September 17, 2018, by Lucy Theobald

Following news headlines on the introduction of a no fault divorce, Lucy Theobald, Partner in Coodes Solicitors’ Family Team comments…

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