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new scotland yard sale
Post on 10 Dec 2014
Top 100 law firm Michelmores has advised the Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) on the sale of New Scotland Yard (8-10 Broadway, Victoria, London) to the Abu Dhabi Financial Group for £370 million. The sale of the property, which has been purchased for redevelopment purposes, exchanged...
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Michelmores Property Awards
Post on 10 Dec 2014
Read the rules fully and choose your category carefully It's not always the biggest, high-profile projects which take home the trophy.  The best submissions will carefully consider each of the eight categories, and then choose a project which hits a good selection of the entry criteria.  You can...
Real Estate
Michelmores
Post on 17 Dec 2014
The British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) and the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce (Airmic) have given evidence before a House of Lords special public bill committee considering the Insurance Bill.  The special committee held its final meeting on 15...
Financial Services
Post on 16 Dec 2014
Amputation rates among patients suffering with diabetes in the Southwest are above the national average, as revealed by Diabetes UK and the BBC yesterday. Amputation is often a complication of diabetes, resulting from reduced blood flow in patients. This can leave patients at a greater risk of...
Medical Negligence
Post on 16 Dec 2014
There have been some interesting recent developments in relation to the law on what are known colloquially as deathbed gifts.  One hesitates to use Latin but they are also commonly known as Donationes Mortis Causae or DMCs.  This article outlines the key features of DMCs and summarises key recent...
Private Wealth
CIL solicitors
Post on 15 Dec 2014
The changes in planning obligations required for sites of 10 homes or less have arisen following a Government consultation in March this year. The stated reason for the changes is that they are designed to address concerns about the disproportionate burden on developer contributions on small-scale...
Real Estate
Post on 15 Dec 2014
An inquest takes place today, Monday 15 December, into the death of a Crediton man from necrotising fasciitis, a form of sepsis.  Charles Stericker, 59, died at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (RD&E) on 14 June 2013.  Mr Stericker underwent routine day-case haemorrhoid surgery on 05 June...
Medical Negligence
Ben Hogan - infrastructure specialist
Post on 15 Dec 2014
Michelmores has strengthened its Projects team with the appointment of Ben Hogan as a partner, bringing the total number of partners at the firm to 59. Ben has over 13 years' experience on infrastructure and commercial projects in a broad range of sectors, including waste, health, energy, education...
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Michelmores, Law, Solicitors, Employment
Post on 15 Dec 2014
Case Update: Paulley v First Group plc [2014] All ER (D) 101 (Dec) The Facts The claimant, who was a wheelchair user, boarded a bus but was unable to travel because the wheelchair space was being used by a mother with a pushchair. In accordance with company policy, the bus driver asked the woman...
Employment Law
Agricultural Solicitors - Occupiers liability
Post on 11 Dec 2014
Setting the scene “The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see nature all ridicule and deformity... and some scarce see nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, nature is imagination itself.”William Blake At...
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