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Legal update: advice for landowners on solar farming schemes

Legal update: advice for landowners on solar farming schemes

The UK solar and battery energy storage market continues to develop apace, with over four hundred solar schemes in operation around the country. With such schemes playing an increasingly important role in powering the UK, Stephen Unwin, real estate partner and joint head of Andrew Jackson's energy team, says …

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Collective consultation: advice for employers

Collective consultation: advice for employers

Large scale redundancies have featured in the news on a regular basis this year with employers continuing to feel the lingering impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, together with drastically altered trading conditions as a result of Brexit. You may recall P&O dismissing 800 workers in circumstances which …

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Chandler v Lombardi: an update on gifting – unauthorised transfer of assets by attorney

Chandler v Lombardi: an update on gifting – unauthorised transfer of assets by attorney

Amy Floater has over a decade's specialist experience in Court of Protection matters and has acted as a professional Deputy for many clients throughout her legal career. Amy also has expertise in dealing with other supplementary applications to the Court of Protection including Statutory Wills, Appointment of Trustees, Gifting …

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Protecting your reputation: what’s the true cost?

Protecting your reputation: what’s the true cost?

Anyone following the Depp v Heard case or - and in the absence of court cameras - the so-called "Wagatha Christie" trial, would be forgiven for believing that only the rich and famous can defend their reputations in court. Whilst this is not the case, you would, however, be right to …

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High street rental auctions- what next? The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill 2022

High street rental auctions- what next? The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill 2022

Investors will keenly watch progress through Parliament of this flagship piece of legislation – particularly Part 8 which deals in outline with proposals to allow local authorities to compel landlords to let vacant property for broadly office/retail/leisure/restaurant or entertainment use in high street settings. In outline, because much …

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The Perils of Separation

The Perils of Separation

When starting out in married life, the perils of what may happen if the relationship ends are rarely considered- and rightly so. What sort of basis for the relationship is the planning of the end? The fact is, though, marriages can end, mostly by divorce, but what about those who …

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The Green agenda: Legal advice on rural diversification

The Green agenda: Legal advice on rural diversification

The government has committed the UK to achieving net zero by 2050 which means that energy from renewable sources and the infrastructure for its production and storage must play an increasingly important role in powering the UK, supporting the grid network and speeding up the replacement of fossil fuels. As …

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The Building Safety Bill

The Building Safety Bill

Read our latest article from Martin Collingwood on The Building Safety Bill 6.4.2022 if you work in the construction industry and would benefit from the expertise of our dedicated team, please contact Martin Collingwood on martin.collingwood@andrewjackson.co.uk or call 01482 325242…

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P&O Ferries: a lesson in how not to manage collective redundancies?

P&O Ferries: a lesson in how not to manage collective redundancies?

The public outcry over P&O Ferries' instant dismissal of around 800 workers has shone a light on what appear to be significant breaches of the law relating to collective redundancies. Whilst there remains an element of speculation as to exactly what happened, P&O's chief executive, …

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No-fault divorce marks the end of the ‘blame game’

No-fault divorce marks the end of the ‘blame game’

We are on the cusp of one of the most radical changes to divorce law seen in the last 50 years. Following long and active campaigning, including by our family law practice, no-fault divorce will finally become a reality on 6 April 2022. This sea-change in the law …

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