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Aaron & Partners Contribute to Legal Sector Debate

27th February, 2017

Leading legal publishers Thomson Reuters and Legal Futures publish a bi-annual series of roundtables involving law firms and their suppliers on sector wide key issues. The latest report “Profit Motive” can be found on the Legal Futures website by clicking here and includes a contribution from our Professional Practices Partner Paul Bennett who attended the debate and whose contributions are... Read More »

“Brexit: Environment and Climate Change” – the report of the Parliamentary European Union Committee

24th February, 2017

The parliamentary European Union Committee published its report on Brexit and environmental law (“Brexit: environment and climate change”) on 14 February 2017. In addition to the mammoth task of ensuring adequate implementation of European Law into  domestic legislation post- Brexit, the report discusses the fate of “sectoral policies” such as CAP and CFP and what happens vis a... Read More »

Aaron & Partners expands into new Shrewsbury office

17th February, 2017

More than 70 members of the Shropshire business community joined legal firm Aaron & Partners in celebrating its latest expansion. Aaron & Partners is expanding its Shropshire footprint with a third relocation in just four years by moving to larger premises at Oxon Business Park following significant growth. A celebration event was held to mark the move. Aaron & Partners... Read More »

Natural Resources Wales – State of Natural Resources Report

14th February, 2017

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) published its State of Natural Resources Report (SoNaRR) in October 2016.  This document has been prepared under s 8 of the Environment (Wales) Act 2016 – the last of a suite of new statutes including the Planning (Wales) Act 2015 and the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015). The key areas of the... Read More »

Key Legislative Changes and Case Law in 2017

6th February, 2017

The last 12 months has seen significant developments in the field of employment law and indications suggest that 2017 will be no different. This article will consider some of the more prominent changes that have already been announced and how these are likely to affect employees and businesses over the coming year. Tax Free Childcare In early 2017... Read More »

Aaron & Partners supports landmark creation of machinery hire and sales giant

30th January, 2017

Cheshire legal specialist helps recycling firm CRJ Services wrap up acquisition of machinery distributor Matpro Machinery. A team of experts from Chester-based legal firm Aaron & Partners has played a key role in a landmark deal that has seen the creation of one of the UK’s largest machinery hire and sales companies. Working on behalf of mobile recycling... Read More »

Planning: Powers of Entry and Human Rights

26th January, 2017

R (oao Dowley) v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government [2016] EWHC 2618 (Admin) In this case, Mrs Justice Patterson considered a challenge to the Secretary of State’s authorisation for a nuclear power company to enter onto private land under s 53 of the Planning Act 2008 for site investigations prior to the construction of Sizewell... Read More »

CFAs, Costs and Professional Conduct Issues

23rd January, 2017

A string of recent case law has provided us with reminders and clarified certain points of law. Here we provide you with a whistle stop tour of the latest principles to emerge. Conditional Fee Agreements (CFA) Engeham v London & Quadrant Housing Trust and the Academy of Plumbing (in liquidation) [2016] 3 Costs LO 357 reminds us of... Read More »

TUPE: Are the Activities Fundamentally the Same?

17th January, 2017

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) applies if there is a ‘relevant transfer’ or where there is a ‘service provision change’. A service provision change can include where activities are no longer carried out by a contractor and are carried out by a subsequent contractor instead. When considering this, the key question is whether... Read More »

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