Introduction of additional corporate governance for companies

Philip Chapman - Colour WEB

Companies need to be aware of additional corporate governance reporting disclosures that came into effect for financial years beginning on or after 1 January 2019. The requirements were introduced via the Companies (Miscellaneous Reporting) Regulations 2018. The new requirements relate to engagement with employees, engagement with suppliers and customers and others in a business relationship…

Thursfields solicitors warn that DIY wills could result in costly legal battles

Michelle H Colour Web

Expensive legal battles over probate are increasingly likely because more people are relying on DIY wills. After news that High Court inheritance disputes had spiralled from 227 in 2018 to 368 in 2019 – a rise of more than 60%, Michelle Hetheridge, Director of the Wills & Estates department at Thursfields, explained how DIY wills…

Free consultations on family law offered at Thursfields Solicitors new Halesowen office

Family Law Consultations

Family law experts at Thursfields Solicitors are offering free, half-hour consultations to new customers throughout the month of June to celebrate the company’s expansion into modern offices at Halesowen. Solicitors Jasdeep Nagra and Pam Arrowsmith, who both specialise in divorce, financial matters, children and disputes with cohabitating partners, said the complimentary 30-minutes could enable unhappy…

Thursfields advises on sale of major ecological consultancy | Corporate law

Gareth - Colour WEB

Thursfields Solicitors has advised on another major deal – the sale of Biocensus in Bath, an ecological consultancy business, to RSK Group Ltd for an undisclosed sum. The deal follows hard on the heels of the sale of Amvar Group to Dunstall Holdings Ltd. The sale was advised by Thursfields’ corporate team led by Director…

Buying a House with Solar Panels | Residential conveyancing law

Sidrah - Colour WEB

When purchasing a property with solar panels there are various legal implications that you need to be aware of, and documents that you need to obtain in respect of their installation. Planning Permission and Building Regulations The installation of solar panels in residential property is likely to be classed as a “Permitted Development” under the…

New commercial property solicitor appointed at Thursfields

Parmveer Virdee Tony Gibb 1

Thursfields Solicitors has appointed an additional lawyer in to its Commercial Property department, working principally from the Birmingham office. Parmveer Virdee, who studied law in the city at the University of Birmingham and the University of Law, joins Thursfields from Pickerings in Tamworth. Her appointment further strengthens the Commercial Property team which has once again…

Implementation of changes | Residential law

Richard - Colour WEB

Implementation of changes to how MEES affects Residential Landlords… Recent changes made to the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard ( MEES) regulations may require residential Landlords to spend up to £3,500 of their own money per property in order to improve the energy efficiency of their residential portfolios. The MEES for properties that are to be…

Thursfields corporate team celebrates new Black Country offices with third completed deal in a month

Philip Chapman - Colour WEB

Thursfields Solicitors marked its first day in its new Black Country offices in Halesowen with the completion of its third corporate deal in a month. Corporate Director Philip Chapman and Solicitor Shauna Halls advised Vision Corporate Services Ltd in Stourbridge on its sale to Cheshire-based inTec Business Solutions. Philip said: “Established in 2007, Vision Corporate…

All Electric dealership accelerates into a new era-Commercial property law

MIke Price , Jason Pickerill, Tony Gibb

All Electric dealership aided by Thursfields… Thursfields Solicitors has helped All Electric Garages Group plc’s Kidderminster Hyundai dealership launch into a new era with jobs created and a trio of new sites on the Worcester Road. A £400,000 investment programme over the last year has seen the company move its dealership from its former site…

What is a Notary Public?

A Notary Public is a lawyer who has extra qualifications to provide notarial services which include: Attesting Powers of Attorney and other documents for use in countries throughout the world. Certifying documents relating to companies registered at Companies House or in foreign Commercial Register.  Assisting with documents required to set up a company abroad. Applying…

Are all rest breaks created equal? Employment law

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As featured in CIPP Professional in Payroll, Pensions and Reward: https://online.flippingbook.com/view/1037893/36/?utm_campaign=10482618_May%20magazine&utm_medium=email&utm_source=IPP%20education%20Ltd&dm_i=1ZP4,68OFU,E6V7JL,OLJYM,1 Jade Linton Associate Solicitor at Thursfields comments on the recent Court of Appeal decision in Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v Crawford [2019] EWCA Civ 269 where the Court of Appeal considered whether compensatory rest had to be taken in one uninterrupted period or whether…

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