Blog and Comment

Blog and Comment

16 October 2017Mediation

To mediate or not to mediate

Peter Rolphposted byPeter Rolph Managing Partner

To mediate or not to mediate

There have been a series of cases where the Courts have been very firmly advising parties to disputes to mediate to try and find a solution outside the Court process. It is clear that mediation is a way of providing a confidential cost effective way to resolving disputes and saving a huge amount of time, cost and uncertainty. ... Read more

17 August 2017

Powers of Attorney

Laura Clarkeposted byLaura Clarke Solicitor

Powers of Attorney

Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) for Property and Finance are widely considered essential documents when it comes to managing someone’s affairs on a day-to-day basis.... Read more

28 July 2017

Tenants: Have you considered your options?

Jennifer Rogersonposted byJennifer Rogerson Partner

Tenants: Have you considered your options?

When negotiating heads of terms for a new lease, a tenant may be under pressure to come to an agreement with the landlord quickly due to the operational needs of its business. The risk, therefore, is that a tenant may not give much consideration as to what will happen once the term of the lease expires.... Read more