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Insights

DMH Stallard advises the shareholders of Fabco Sanctuary Limited on the sale to Storskogen UK Limited

UK-based steel window company Fabco Sanctuary Limited, sells 80% of their shares to investor Storskogen UK Limited

30/05/2022

Insights

Changes to the regulation of the insolvency profession

The Insolvency Service recently published its consultation paper which sets out the government’s proposals to radically change the regulatory framework for the insolvency profession

30/05/2022

Media spotlight

Regional Dispute Resolution team expands with the hire of Frank Bouette

LawNews comments on DMH Stallard’s latest partner hire, growing the regional DR team with the addition of Frank Bouette

Frank Bouette

30/05/2022

Insights

Glencore fined $1B USD for bribery – your duties as a Director

US Department of Justice reaches settlement agreement with Glencore AG over bribery allegations

25/05/2022

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The making of a good manager – how has this evolved?

Alan Finlay discusses friendliness as an effective management tool and how the expectations of managers have changed over the years.

24/05/2022

Media spotlight

Did attending No10 lockdown parties put junior staff at greater risk?

Rustom Tata comments for The Guardian on junior staff torn between pleasing their bosses and breaking the law to attend parties

Rustom Tata

20/05/2022

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Automatic unfair dismissal due to Covid related concerns: The Employment Appeal Tribunal has their say

Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd: an employee was found not to have been automatically unfairly dismissed for refusing to attend work over concerns about the risk of Covid-19 to his vulnerable children

18/05/2022

Media spotlight

Corporate team act for Chill Brands Group PLC

Global Legal Chronicle report on £3.5m fundraising deal, led by Nick Williams

Nick Williams

18/05/2022

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DMH Stallard LLP acts for Chill Brands Group plc in its £3.5m fundraising

DMH Stallard has acted for Chill Brands Group plc in a £3.5 million fundraising which was completed on 13 May 2022

16/05/2022

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No fault divorce: a cautionary tale

There’s a lot of optimism surrounding the introduction of the no fault divorce, but there may be some initial teething problems

13/05/2022

Insights

Directors’ duties and practical matters to consider in a potential insolvency

Matthew Akers and Alex Dawson provide a refresher of directors’ duties and the practical steps that can be taken to mitigate the risk of personal liability

12/05/2022

Media spotlight

Helen Mead contributes to SE roundtable on Creative M&A Deal Structures

Corporate Partner, Helen Mead, joined the panel for Insider Media Limited to offer her thoughts on the changing world of transactions

Helen Mead

12/05/2022

Media spotlight

Peter Rainier offers his response to the Queen’s Speech

Our Principal Director of Planning comments for The Guardian with regards to street votes

Peter Rainier

11/05/2022

Insights

Planning reform reveals proposals for “street votes” in the Queen’s Speech

Heidi Copland takes a look at how the new “street votes” scheme might affect planning applications

11/05/2022

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IR35: Employment status tests post Atholl

How does the new guidance on employment status tests for tax purposes given in the case of HMRC v Atholl House Productions Limited alter employment status analysis?

04/05/2022

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The Competition and Markets Authority is not afraid to take on the big guys

Facebook (Meta) fined £50.5m for blatant breach of CMA’s Interim Enforcement Order

28/04/2022

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