Private Wealth partner, Fiona Smith discussed lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) on BBC Radio 5’s Afternoon Edition.Read more
A recent judgement in the TCC (Imperial Chemical Industries Limited v Merit Merrell Technology Limited) contains some strident criticism of the experts giving evidence in the trial. In addition, although the Judge (Fraser J) reserves his most direct criticism for the experts, he was clearly unimpressed with the lawyers who had instructed them. There are therefore lessons both for experts andRead more
Jonathan Lyness writes for Attitude and Qweerist on civil partnerships and the lack of rights for cohabitating couples in the context of the LGBT community
Soon-to-be-qualified lawyer in the Family team, Jonathan Lyness wrote alongside Gary Yan, a partner at Coote Family Law in Melbourne, on a number of family law issues relating to same-sex couples.Read more
Jo Edwards quoted in the Sunday Times on the rise of financial applications on divorce being resolved privately
The Sunday Times published a feature entitled “It's over : splitting spouses ‘go private’ to speed up divorce”.Read more
Head of Family and past Resolution chair, Jo Edwards, was interviewed on BBC Radio 4 by Clive Coleman and ABC Radio Sydney by Josh Szeps about the recent Supreme Court decision in Owens v Owens, highlighting the calls for no-fault divorce.
The Mirror also published a comment piece by Jo.Read more
On 18 July, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Mills v Mills.Read more
In a recent article for Estates Gazette, Ben Barrison, Property Litigation partner, and Rahul Varma of Selborne Chambers consider the impact of company voluntary arrangements on landlords and the steps they can take to protect themselves.Read more
Private Client partner, Fiona Smith, provided comment for an article discussing lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) in The Times.Read more
Jo Edwards wrote a piece for Brides magazine raising key questions that couples should consider before marriage.Read more
Sarah Heatley, associate in Forsters' Property Litigation team, was published in Property Law Journal.
Sarah's article, entitled 'Upsetting the apple cart', looks at a decision which adds a further layer to the process of repossession when serving a section 21 notice.Download PDF