Facing up to the social media challenge

Every business using social media should get to grips with publishing law and advertising regulations if they are to avoid reputation-damaging incidents.

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Families leave court losers
after inheritance claims

Record numbers of inheritance disputes are going through the courts as modern family structures and rising house prices push more families to contest unfavourable outcomes.

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Michael Goodman

Partner Michael Goodman joined RIAA Barker Gillette in April 2017 and has over 15 years’ experience dealing in commercial property. Michael specialises in acquisitions (with related property finance), disposals, landlord & tenant and asset management. Michael acts for property companies, developers, corporate and retail occupiers and high net worth individuals. Michael also deals with residential […]

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Veronica Hartley and “The Good Life”

‘The Good Life’: how Veronica Hartley combined becoming a partner in an international law firm with motherhood and ‘self-sufficiency madness’

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Lalita Kauldhar

Assistant Solicitor Lalita Kauldhar studied criminal justice at the University of Westminster, and having successfully completed the GDL went on to pass the LPC with distinction. In 2014 Lalita joined Hugh Jones LLP in North London, as a trainee solicitor in their litigation department, where she qualified in 2016. Here Lalita worked in general practice […]

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Historically, men have been paid more than women undertaking the same role. In July 2015, former PM David Cameron announced steps to end the gender pay gap in a generation.

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Stamp Duty Land Tax or a Wealth Tax?

Many observers of the London property market would have been hoping for a reduction in Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) rates in the UK government’s recent budget announcement, but to no avail.

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