Residential landlords reminded to prepare for upcoming Section 21 changes

July 24th, 2018

Daniel Swimer, Head of the Real Estate Litigation team at London property litigation solicitors, Joelson, is reminding residential landlords to make sure they are prepared for the important changes to the steps required to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy (AST), which will apply to all ASTs from 1 October 2018, regardless of when those tenancies … Continue reading “Residential landlords reminded to prepare for upcoming Section 21 changes”

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High street store closures could prove costly for landlords

June 18th, 2018

Daniel Swimer, Partner and Head of Property Litigation at London solicitors, Joelson, has noted that a number of struggling high street retailers have been forced to close stores up and down the country in recent weeks.

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New review of dispute resolution process for companies falling foul of banks

April 3rd, 2018

A review, set up by UK Finance, has been launched to examine dispute resolution for businesses mistreated by banks.

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Pensions Ombudsman to take over dispute resolution

March 13th, 2018

All dispute resolution involving pension schemes is to be undertaken by The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO).

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Campaigners lose key property battle

February 2nd, 2018

A long-running legal wrangle over leasehold costs has been settled in favour of one of London’s major freeholders.

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Call for Government to impose ‘mandatory levy’ on gambling operators

February 2nd, 2018

Nation-wide charity Citizens Advice has produced a report arguing that gambling operators should be required to pay a mandatory Government-imposed levy – the proceeds of which would go towards helping to address gambling-related harm.

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Contract dispute set to go on despite construction firm’s collapse

January 16th, 2018

A legal wrangle looks set to continue despite the fact that the business at the heart of the dispute has collapsed this week.

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London College of Fashion to gain useful legal insight from experienced lawyer to the Fashion Industry

January 14th, 2018

Students and leading lights in the world of fashion are to get an insight into the legal implications that Brexit will have on the industry at an event due to be held at the London College of Fashion later this month. Jo Gregory, Head of Retail and Fashion at London law firm Joelson, will be … Continue reading “London College of Fashion to gain useful legal insight from experienced lawyer to the Fashion Industry”

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Broadway Gambling Ltd to pay £100,000 over misleading adverts

December 19th, 2017

Online gambling operator Broadway Gambling Ltd has agreed to pay £100,000 in lieu of a financial penalty after an investigation led by the Gambling Commission found that a number of Broadway’s advertisements were misleading.

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Small business owner takes on bank in unusual litigation case

November 14th, 2017

Barclays Bank is embroiled in a legal battle with a customer, who has claimed that the institution mis-sold a complex derivatives product.

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