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Lease events act as a catalyst for change, and with many organisations re-assessing where and how they work, the decision to remain in existing premises or relocate elsewhere features high on the corporate agenda. With almost half of office occupiers […]

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The last 12 months have forced us to work differently and made everyone think about how they want to work in the future. The adoption of more remote working has increased flexibility for how we all work and set a […]

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By Peter Sturgess, Butcher Robinson & Staples International Limited I was lucky enough when I started work in Minet in 1966 to have a really good training, starting in Aviation, moving to Aviation Claims and Marine claims and then onto […]

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For office occupiers looking for financial relief during the coronavirus crisis our advice is to check the terms of your lease and any insurance policies held. All of the legal opinion we have studied is consistent in advising that (subject […]

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Michael Gove is no fan of experts. He told us so during the EU-referendum campaign, although to be fair he was interrupted mid-sentence. He had been trying to say “I think the people of this country have had enough of […]

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An awful lot has been written recently about conflicts of interest so I thought it was about time that I nailed my colours to the mast on this contentious subject. My own niche real estate business McCalmont-Woods Real Estate LLP […]