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Hewitsons is delighted to have acted for Midcounties Co-operative Ltd in its successful legal challenge to stop an Asda store being built in Cinderford, Gloucestershire.
It’s Your Decision: Charity Commission issues crucial governance advice for trustees on decision making The Charity Commission has just published formal guidance as to the law and regulation concerning trustees’ decision making.
The 2013 Finance Act introduced an Inheritance tax problem for farmers (and other business owners), but the Government has now promised some limited relief.
Hot off the press, the USDAW –v- Ethel Austin Ltd (In Administration) ("USDAW") Employment Appeal Tribunal case is causing employment lawyers to do a "u" turn on decades worth of strategy deployed to minimise the need for collective redundancy consultations.
Will someone who holds themselves out as a Will writer be suitable to make your Will? In a case earlier this year (Schrader v. Schrader) a Will Writing Company made a Will for an elderly lady which favoured the son on whom she depended for her daily care (Nick) over her other son.