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Insights

National Security reverse to proposed Chinese takeover of Newport Wafer Fab

Reversal of the Chinese takeover of the UK’s largest semi-conductor manufacturer has been proposed on National Security grounds

18/11/2022

Insights

Guarantees and “commercial benefit” – why is it important?

Sarah Naylor considers issue of commercial benefit when advising on the structuring of transaction security for a group of companies

14/11/2022

Insights

Clarification on lenders’ duties

Supreme Court refused permission to appeal decision in Morley (t/a Morley Estates) -v- The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc [2021] EWCA Civ 338

11/11/2022

Insights

The advantages, and disadvantages, of pleading fraud in civil cases

Companies, as well as people, can be defrauded. Jonathan Compton considers why pleading fraud might not get you the best outcome

11/11/2022

Videos

Industrial action – what can an employer do?

From challenging the call for industrial action to scrutinising the balloting process, we offer clarity on employers’ options and responsibilities

10/11/2022

Insights

Connected lender liability: a narrower construction of “arrangements”

Card issuers will now be able to argue against a wider interpretation of “arrangements” following the High Court’s judgment in Steiner v National Westminster Bank plc

10/11/2022

Insights

DMH Stallard advises Dowgate Capital as corporate adviser and broker to Otaq plc in a £3.6m equity fundraising

DMH Stallard advises Dowgate Capital as corporate adviser and broker to Otaq plc in a £3.6 million equity fundraising

09/11/2022

Media spotlight

Elon Musk enforces radical changes for Twitter employees

Rebecca Thornley-Gibson writes for People Management to warn HR professionals about making major changes and revoking working from home policies without notice

Rebecca Thornley-Gibson

07/11/2022

Announcements

DMH Stallard makes Restructuring and Insolvency hire from NatWest Group

Michael Lynch joins the London team as the sixth new Partner at DMH Stallard LLP

07/11/2022

Insights

The amicable divorce

Samantha Jago and Amber Matheson consider how couples can work together to achieve a faster, less stressful separation

04/11/2022

Insights

VAT and break termination payments – recent ruling goes against tenants

Tenants should be extra diligent when exercising any break clauses in their leases which involve termination payments

03/11/2022

Videos

Inheritance and Will disputes

In this video we navigate the complexities of Will disputes, from scrutinising the testator’s capacity to identifying signs of undue influence, we gain insights into the legal intricacies surrounding contesting a Will

26/10/2022

Videos

Inheritance rules and disputes

Cathryn Culverhouse delves into the complexities of inheritance claims, emphasising situations where the Will is valid, yet certain individuals find themselves overlooked

26/10/2022

Announcements

DMH Stallard recognised in the latest Chambers Guide

Chambers is recognised as the leading authority for ranking the most outstanding law firms and lawyers throughout the world

25/10/2022

Announcements

DMH Stallard and Dare to Dream: the conclusion of an inspirational year-long initiative

DMH Stallard conclude their year-long involvement in the Love Local Jobs Foundation Dare to Dream programme

19/10/2022

Insights

What is child support and how much should I pay?

Most people have heard about child support, but what actually is it and how much should you have to pay? Natalie Higham explains

14/10/2022

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