Points for employers to consider following the Court of Appeal’s ruling on the case of Pimlico Plumbers Limited vs Smith
With the triggering of Article 50, do you have the correct trademarks in place to protect your brand?
A briefing on the new insolvency rules which come into effect on 6 April 2017
Owen White Solicitors help London Square secure multi million pound property deal.
Following the Court of Appeal decision in Cardiff County Council v Lee it was made clear that landlords who are considering applying for a warrant following a Defendant/tenant’s breach of a Suspended Possession Order (“SPO”) should first ensure that they obtain permission from the Court to apply for a warrant.
Owen White staff filled shoe boxes with hats, gloves, socks, toiletries and sweets to be distributed by a local charity to the poor and homeless in the Slough area.
Immigration Act 2016 : New NOSP and New Mandatory Ground for Possession The Immigration Act 2016 amends parts of the Immigration Act 2014 with an aim to clamping down on persons residing in the UK illegally. This note explains the key changes regarding a landlord’s liability under Sections 39 – 42 Immigration Act 2016 which […]
Birmingham v Stephenson  EWCA Civ 1029 The above case was reported last week and concluded: Disabled defendant’s should be given a realistic opportunity to defend Once there was a potential Equality Act defence, the burden of proving that the discrimination was proportionate shifted to the landlord “the burden was on the council to show that […]
Suspended Possession Order – SPO If you are about to enforce a Suspended Possession Order (“SPO”) it is vital that you are aware that you are now required to obtain permission to enforce before applying for a warrant. Cardiff County Council v Lee (Flowers) (2016) In the recent decision in Cardiff County Council v Lee […]