News & Insights

Insights and opinions on the latest law, legislation and policies.

Supply chains in the ‘sharing economy’: disruption or continuation?

Manufacturers have always been at the forefront of developing new business models. But do trends like the ‘sharing economy’ and fractional ownership…


Contract reviews – Incoterms and Brexit, what does this mean for you?

Businesses may need to review their supply chain contracts in the event of a No-Deal Brexit

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Principal Associate


Weightmans’ campaign against portal incubation receives a boost

His Honour Judge Graham Wood QC has endorsed the decision of District Judge Campbell, striking out a claim worth £2.6 million for abuse of process.

Liam McGuire
Liam McGuire Partner


HMRC say relax - Construction service reverse VAT charge delayed

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has agreed to postpone the new reverse VAT regime for construction services until October 2020

Thomas Collins
Thomas Collins Partner


A “Purdie” big mess – Ross Purdie v Hastings Borough Council

A delay in the claimant's proceedings leads to personal injury case being dismissed entirely


Gender dysphoria and parental disputes

There has been a growing number of reported legal cases of gender dysphoria in children over the last few years and it seems more and more children…

Rachel Lim
Rachel Lim Principal Associate


Does charity always begin at home?

The value of charitable donations made through gifts donated in wills has risen by 50% over the last decade.

Sally Cook
Sally Cook Solicitor


Historic child abuse in Scotland – Scottish government opens consultation on financial redress

Scottish Government launches consultation seeking views on financial redress scheme for victims of historic child abuse

Subscribe to RSS feed

Share on Twitter