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Winners revealed for the SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards 2020

Last night’s virtual SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards ceremony was an uplifting and enjoyable evening, recognising the great and the good of Gloucestershire’s lifestyle businesses and leading individuals. With over 30,000…

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Free webinar series launches to help employers navigate redundancy, Brexit & post-pandemic working practices

Employment & business immigration

Pictured: Our employment law team We’re looking forward to sharing valuable expertise and practical tips in a new series of free webinars for employers. Hosted by our Legal 500-rated employment…

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“Exceptional” lawyers singled out in latest edition of The Legal 500

L-R: Matthew Clayton, Paul Gordon and Nigel Whittaker We are celebrating another standout performance as the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 – an independent guide to the best lawyers…

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Chancellor announces updates to new Job Support Scheme

Employment & business immigration

The government has now published further details about the changes to the Job Support Scheme announced by the Chancellor yesterday. There will be two Job Support Schemes (JSS), to be…

Jenny Hawrot LLB (Hons)
Senior associate, solicitor

Wills Act changes allow video witnessing : a much-needed update, or risky business?

Wills, trusts & probate

Changes to the Wills Act are set to allow video witnessing of wills in some circumstances. But while bringing the law up-to-date with today’s lifestyle is no bad thing, hastily-made…

Simon Cook LLB (Hons), TEP
Partner

No-fault divorce: It’s not you...and it’s not me, either!

Family, relationships & divorce

At the end of June, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received royal assent, paving the way for the first ‘no fault’ divorces. The landmark change seeks to minimise conflict,…

Jonathan Eager FCILEx
Senior associate
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