The June 2018 edition of our online business newsletter, the Business Brief, is available now. As usual the articles – which are all written by our lawyers – are short, to the point and relevant to our network of clients and contacts.
We hope you find something of interest among our articles, and if there are any subjects you would like us to cover in future, do please let us know.
In this Business Brief:
- Management company entitled to refuse permission for a dog
- Break notice held invalid
- The lease of a ground floor maisonette was held not to include the subsoil
- Commercial property lease – landlord’s reasonable consent to assign
- There can be an implied duty of good faith
- GDPR now in force – employment ramifications
- Employee’s comments on Facebook led to dismissal
- Landlord breached tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment of commercial premises
- Restrictive covenants – the meaning of the words ‘interested in’
- Employer’s suspension of an employee found to be a repudiatory breach of contract
- Notice of a claim under a share purchase agreement was inadequate