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Commercial leases

Commercial leases: what landlords and tenants should consider

Posted on October 04, 2019, by Abi Lutey

 Abi Lutey, Partner and Head of Commercial Disputes at Coodes Solicitors, outlines some of the complexities and considerations for both…

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Why Coodes’ commitment to business clients is more important than ever

Why Coodes’ commitment to business clients is more important than ever

Posted on October 03, 2019, by Helen Willett

Commercial Property lawyer Helen Willett recently returned to Coodes Solicitors as a Partner and Head of Business Services. She comments…

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Using preventative injunctions to protect your land against trespassers

Using preventative injunctions to protect your land against trespassers

Posted on July 15, 2019, by Gareth White

Preventative injunctions are increasingly being used to protect public spaces against being used for encampments. Gareth White, Associate in Coodes…

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Challenging a public procurement decision: a guide for commercial suppliers

Posted on July 08, 2019, by Abi Lutey

How can a business challenge a decision made through the public procurement process? Abi Lutey, Partner, Commercial Dispute Resolution &…

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Why new trade mark laws could benefit UK businesses

Why new trade mark laws could benefit UK businesses

Posted on April 05, 2019, by Sonya Bassett

Sonya Bassett, Partner and Head of Corporate and Commercial at Coodes Solicitors explains how the new Trade Marks Directive could…

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business tenancies

Termination of protected business tenancies – Supreme Court ruling

Posted on January 16, 2019, by Abi Lutey

A recent Supreme Court decision may result in an increase in contracted out tenancies. Coodes Solicitors’ Commercial Disputes Associate Abi…

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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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informal business agreement in the pub

Legislation gives tenants of some brewery owned pubs power to go free of tie

Posted on June 07, 2017, by Peter Lamble

New legislation has given some tenants of brewery or company owned pubs the opportunity to go free of tie. Peter…

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