Property Patter: the tactics of settlement offers
Sam Lear and Caroline Greenwell are back to talk about settlement offers in slightly more detail, including tactics, the impact that offers can have on costs and the difficulties of withdrawing Part 36 offers.
Case reference: Burrell v Clifford  EWHC 578 (Ch)
Meet the team
Dilapidations: the law and the reality
Emma Humphreys outlines how the Dilapidations Protocol and related guidance applies in practice.
Anti-Money Laundering in Switzerland - Quick overview
Swiss anti-money laundering legislation has undergone numerous changes in recent years.
The Brick-and-Mortar Brand - How will landlords and tenants experience experiential retail?
Insolvencies and rising prices: the energy retail market in flux
Hanh and Sara take a look at the energy market
Construction & Infrastructure Seminar
Experts will give insights and analysis on Building & Fire Safety, Case law updates and global supply shortages.
The death of the skyscraper?
Charles Russell Speechlys successfully advises the Joint Liquidators of LB GP No.1 Ltd in Lehman Brothers litigation before the Court of Appeal
LBGP is a company within the Lehman Brothers Group, whose purpose was to raise regulatory capital for parts of the Group.
Claire Fallows and James Souter write for Estates Gazette on the findings from the Firm’s Skyscraper vs Groundscraper report
Skyscraper vs Groundscraper looks at how and why our building typologies arise and the associated legal issues.
Court of Appeal reviews key principles to consider when making a non-party costs order
Numbers on the boards - another burden for the hospitality industry
Supply (chain) and demand
Examining the draft RPDT legislation
Helen Coward considers the important aspects of the draft legislation for the new residential property developer tax.
Property Patter: Dealing with Sporting Rights over Land
Sporting rights can cause issues particularly if they are granted over land which may be developed in the future.
Caroline Greenwell quoted by Food Navigator on how organisations can avoid the greenwashing trap
New reviews on misleading claims in early 2022 will pressure companies to provide concrete evidence of their sustainability credentials.
John Doyle Construction in the Court of Appeal: enforcing adjudication is all a matter of (net) balance for companies in liquidation...
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance on a £55m facility to a Jersey unit trust
Silbury provides real estate development finance for professional developers seeking to acquire and build in the UK.
David Haines writes for Property Week on preparing for future pandemics
Since the onset of the pandemic, landlords and tenants have been grappling with how to deal with future pandemics in new leases.
Global Restructuring Review feature the firm’s involvement advising the joint liquidators of LB GP No 1 Limited in the Lehman Brothers’ sub-debt appeal
The Lehman Brothers’ sub-debt appeal continues with guarantor question.
Professional Indemnity Insurance – market conditions for consultants
The insurance market has become increasingly contracted in the construction sector.
Helen Coward writes for Tax Journal on the draft legislation for the new residential property developer tax
The government published draft legislation for the new residential property developer tax on 20 September 2021.