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Legislation means businesses must keep more detailed records

Posted on June 27, 2016, by Kirsty Davey

Some businesses will need to keep better records as a result of new legislation, says Kirsty Davey of the Corporate…

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Non-compete clauses are difficult to enforce in a digital age

Posted on June 20, 2016, by Philip Sayers

The Government is preparing to review the case for and against non-compete clauses in staff contracts. Philip Sayers asks whether…

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It’s time to speak out about financial elder abuse

Posted on June 15, 2016, by Melanie Grose

15th June is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, a United Nations event in response to the prevalence of this global…

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Land Registry deserves protection

Posted on June 14, 2016, by Kirsty Baxter

Coodes Solicitors’ Conveyancing Executive Kirsty Baigent comments on the potential privatisation of the Land Registry and how it could affect…

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Brexit or Remain? Can employees share their views on the EU referendum at work?

Posted on June 10, 2016, by Philip Sayers

Ahead of the EU Referendum, Coodes employment lawyer Philip Sayers discusses an employee’s right to express political views at work….

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Don’t score an own goal by missing work to watch Euro 2016

Posted on June 08, 2016, by Philip Sayers

Coodes employment lawyer Philip Sayers gives his advice to employees who want to take time off to watch the football…

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Changes to 3% stamp duty will help some ‘granny flat’ and holiday home buyers

Posted on June 07, 2016, by Jo Morgan

Jo Morgan, Associate and Chartered Legal Executive in Coodes Solicitors’ Residential Property team, comments on proposed changes to the Government’s…

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Judgment could spell good news for small scale housing developers

Posted on May 17, 2016

Tamsin Mann of Coodes Solicitors’ Commercial Property team comments on a judgment that could pave the way for more houses…

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Can a woman be forced to wear high heels at work?

Posted on May 13, 2016, by Philip Sayers

A petition by Nicola Thorp, who was sent home from her first day in a temporary receptionist job with city…

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Let your loved ones know your wishes

Posted on May 13, 2016, by Louise Southwell

As Dying Matters Awareness Week draws to a close, Coodes Partner Louise Southwell explains why it is so important to…

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