The shortlists for Insider’s annual South East Dealmakers Awards 2024 have now been revealed and we’re pleased to announce our corporate team have been shortlisted for two awards
Associate Solicitor David Cooper discusses plans for the current paper-based process for the preparation and registering of powers of attorney to be made digital.
The UK government is planning to remove the exemption from the national minimum wage (NMW) that currently applies to domestic workers who live in the employer’s family home and are treated as members of the family. Paul Maynard discusses the new regulations which, are expected to come into force on 1 April 2024.
Important changes have been introduced to the legal costs system, which applies to most forms of court litigation. Senior Associate Solicitor Daniela Bushe discusses these changes along with key benefits and take aways.
Private Client Partner, Cara Grant, discusses the potential pitfalls of not instructing a regulated professional when drawing up a Will.
Just as two trainee solicitors at Gaby Hardwicke have finished their training and qualified as solicitors, three new trainees have joined the firm.
Gaby Hardwicke are pleased to have acted for the shareholders of dataJAR Ltd in the sale of the company to US listed Jamf.
Family Law Partner, Giles Robinson, discusses the risk of non-disclosure in financial proceedings on divorce.
Partner, Mark Williams, recently led the corporate team on the complex restructure of the RJ Power Group, a national group of specialist electrical companies.
Dispute Resolution Partner, Jeremy Laws, discusses a recent case which highlights the dangers of inexplicit invoice payment terms.