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A complete guide to Child Inclusive Mediation (CIM)
Child Inclusive Mediation (CIM) provides a safe and calm environment in which to deal with sensitive family matters where a child is involved. Trained mediatior Michelle Bettell provides a guide to the process.
Steele Raymond LLP continue to lead the way
Steele Raymond have, once again, been recognised by foremost legal industry guide The Legal 500 as one of Dorset and the South West’s leading law firms.
Leading South Coast law firm Steele Raymond welcomes three new trainee solicitors as part of the firm’s ongoing commitment to the development of young legal talent
Trainee Solicitors Robin James, Bella Rolph and Sophie Rice are all embarking on their two-year training contracts with the firm.
M&A Completion mechanisms: Completion Accounts or Locked Box?
What is the difference between Completion Accounts and ‘Locked Box’ completion mechanisms and why might the seller in an M&A transaction prefer one over the other?
What are the rules on monitoring remote staff?
Is it illegal to monitor your staff who work from home? Head of Employment, Deborah West, answers the key questions.
Court Fees Set to Increase From 30 September 2021
The Court Fees (Miscellaneous Amendments) Order 2021 will be enforced on 30 September 2021 following a public consultation surrounding ‘Increasing selected court fees and Help with Fees income thresholds by inflation’ in England and Wales.
What is the difference between a Share Sale and an Asset Sale?
What exactly is the difference between a share sale and an asset sale and why might a buyer have a preference when acquiring a business?
Plans to reform the UK data protection regime
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published a press release on 9 September 2021 setting out government plans to reform the UK's data protection laws, and on 10 September, opened a consultation on the changes.