Many businesses are unaware that, from April 2018, new laws come into force which set a new standard for minimum energy efficiency levels.
Landmark case may open claims against company directors for receiving assets in breach of trust that had previously been beyond the limitation period
A landmark Supreme Court judgement may mean that claims against company directors where they have received assets in breach of trust (even if they are not received directly into their names) may no longer be subject to the standard six year limitation period.
A woman who has been denied bereavement payments following the death of her former partner of 23 years, is to take her case against the Government to the Supreme Court.
As it was announced that the Marks & Spencer (M&S) store in Basildon could close as part of the company’s bid to modernise its business model, thoughts turn to the 91 employees who could soon be facing unemployment.
We are delighted to announce a new international collaboration with Grupo Salvador, a Spanish professional services firm with offices in Almería, Mojácar and Albox in Andalucía.
With icy conditions sweeping across the UK during February, Palmers’ road traffic offences expert has issued a timely warning to drivers who venture out on the roads.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics show a small increase in house prices in the last year.
Following a report which has revealed that Basildon is amongst the top areas in the UK for business start-ups, the commercial law team at Palmers are urging new entrepreneurs to take steps to ensure that any future ‘battles in the boardroom’ do not wreck their business ventures.
At Palmers Solicitors, we understand the value of building a solid circle of professional contacts, which is why we are pleased to invite you to our next BASS Business Breakfast.
The decision by an experienced BBC journalist to resign from her role as the corporation’s China editor has put the issue of pay equality back in the spotlight.