LCF Law have two new partners; Family Law Solicitor, Harjit Rait and Disputes Solicitor Tom Edwards.
The Chancellor has today announced a change to the Job Support Scheme designed to assist businesses which are struggling due to the ongoing pandemic to retain employees whose jobs are viable in the long term.
The final stage of a management buyout (MBO) of Harrogate’s Beaucare Medical is now complete. Professional advice was provided by Susan Clark of LCF Law.
Rishi Sunak has just announced a new Job Support Scheme which will commence from 1 November 2020, following the end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
Edge Analytics Limited has been sold to an Employee Ownership Trust by its founder, Dr Peter Boden. Professional advice was provided by LCF Law and Sagars.
A Yorkshire based greetings card firm has won a legal battle with the artist Banksy over the trade mark of one of his most famous works.
The image “Flower Bomber”, which depicts a masked protestor throwing a bunch of flowers, first appeared on a wall in Jerusalem in 2005 and was subsequently appropriated by card company Full Colour Black, which has reproduced the artwork on cards.
In addition to his numerous victories on the pitch, footballer Lionel Messi has now won a significant victory off the pitch following a nine-year legal battle to register his own surname as a trade mark.
Further planning law changes; this time we look at The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2020.
LCF Law, has acquired York Legal firm Sachedina Solicitors, led by Jane Sachedina, who will now work as a consultant at LCF Law
On the 21st July the government published The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020, and this amendment to our planning laws comes into effect on 1st September 2020.