Browse our latest media coverage below.
Matt Foster writes for Family Law on what happens if the person you are divorcing dies during the process
Divorce can feel like a death, but what happens if the person you are divorcing actually passes away?
Patrick Gearon, Sara Sheffield and Peter Smith write for Lexology Getting The Deal Through on enforcement of foreign judgments in the United Arab Emirates
A quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into relevant treaties, conventions and other sources of law.
Ingrid Saffin writes for Property Week on green leases and their role on the journey to reaching net zero
COP26 has brought into sharp focus the gap between promises to limit environmental damage and real action.
Alice Martin quoted by FT Adviser on how to advise clients acting under power of attorney
When an attorney starts making decisions on someone’s behalf, how does this affect the advice relationship?
Piers Master and James Broadhurst write for eprivateclient on the goals of a family office
What are the goals, priorities or concerns often raised by families?
Rebecca Burford quoted by Citywealth on family offices’ ESG considerations for their private market investments
Family offices are increasingly deploying a growing portion of their assets to the private markets.
The Surrey Chambers of Commerce report on the Dental team’s involvement in Dentex’s acquisition of its 100th dental practice
The Dental team in Guildford has advised Dentex on the acquisition of Courtyard Dental Practice based in Saffron Walden in Essex.
Lydia O'Hagan quoted by the Guardian, Yahoo News and Property Week on the government's rejection of the Tulip tower plans
Plans to build a 305m-high tower in the City of London have been rejected by the government.
Tom Davies writes for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on authorised guarantee agreements
Tom Davies and David Holland QC deal with a landlord’s pressing query on authorised guarantee agreements.
Jonathan McDonald quoted by The Guardian and the Evening Standard on the Google Supreme Court decision
Jonathan comments on the implications of Lloyd v Google LLC.
Ben Moore and Simon Heatley write for the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on the potential for estoppel to arise based on the conduct of a party in litigation
The potential for estoppel to arise based on the conduct of a party in litigation is well established in the law of England and Wales.