Japanese Knotweed and buying or selling a property Japanese Knotweed in the UK Today According to a recent article in property investor today, Japanese Knotweed has wiped out £11.8 billion off the value of property in the UK, affects approximately 4% of homes, and knocks some 5% of the value of a property. As […]
Are you hosting an office Christmas party this year? The party season is in full swing, but is it right that companies should host an office Christmas party? Especially as the number of Covid cases rises? In a recent XYZ Law poll on LinkedIn, we asked whether people would be attending office Christmas parties. The […]
Budget Summary 2021 The Autumn Budget announced today saw Rishi Sunak setting out the Government’s spending and financial strategy. He outlined several measures to balance the books after billions that had been spent during the Covid-19 pandemic. Before getting to the Budget itself, he announced a new Charter for Budget Responsibility to strengthen public finances, […]
Experienced solicitor Jonathan Perry has been welcomed by Partners at XYZ Law – Anis Dadu and Rizwan Yusuf, after a period of impressive growth for the firm. Jonathan Perry joins the firm as a senior solicitor in charge of expanding the commercial property side of the business in Dewsbury. Jonathan has worked in leading commercial […]
XYZ Law has appointed Andrew Bell as the firm’s new social media executive following a string of appointments across the firm since the firm’s incorporation in February 2020. Andrew joins the team from Walker Morris where he worked in a couple of roles over the last 11 years, for the last 6 years he led […]
TIGRR says we could see an end to GDPR Regulatory reforms in a post-Brexit UK could mean big changes EU data protection laws commonly known as GDPR could be completely reformed by new UK common-law legislation. This change has been suggested by a task force that is part of a post-Brexit framework currently in the […]
It may take a while before we start doing things like we did before, and it is already clear that some habits will have changed for good. A romantic outing without the kids at our favourite restaurant turned into a takeout for the whole family delivered to the door during the lockdown. It might not be romantic, but it might be the new normal, at least for now.