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Commercial Properties and Covid-19

Back in May we published an article on how Covid-19 is impacting commercial properties. A great deal has happened since then. In light of a possible second wave, commercial tenants face difficult questions once again. They also face the possibility of not being able...

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Client Spotlight: Leamans

As part of our client spotlight series we talked to Leamans, who have been a Cartridges Law client since 2018. We asked how 2020 has been for them and what the future looks like. Tell us about yourselfLeamans are an independent letting agents prominently based in...

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Client Spotlight: Brave Body Fitness

As part of our client spotlight series we talked to Brave Body Fitness, who have been a Cartridges Law client since 2019. We asked how 2020 has been for them and what the future looks like. Tell us about yourselfI am currently a sole trader who owns Brave Body...

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Client Spotlight: Exe Nordic Walking

As part of our client spotlight series we talked to Exe Nordic Walking, who have been a Cartridges Law client since 2019. We asked how 2020 has been for them and what the future looks like. Tell us about yourselfExe Nordic Walking is a new small business launched in...

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Client Spotlight: Fresh Ground Films

As part of our client spotlight series we talked to Fresh Ground Films, who have been a Cartridges Law client since 2018. We asked how 2020 has been for them and what the future looks like. Tell us about yourselfFresh Ground Films is a video production company based...

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Client Spotlight: Underhill Estate Agent

As part of our client spotlight series we talked to Underhill Estate Agents, who have been a Cartridges Law client since 2018. We asked how 2020 has been for them and what the future looks like. Tell us about yourselfUnderhill Estate Agents is a local independent...

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Your FAQs Answered: Making Redundancies

Redundancy is a type of dismissal from employment. It is different to dismissal due to misconduct or capability. Broadly speaking, redundancy occurs during one of three circumstances: business closure, workplace closure, and diminishing work of a particular kind in a particular place which leads to a business need to reduce the workforce.

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Meet the Business Team: Joe Norman

Obviously the biggest challenge in the next 12 months, for many SMEs, will be operating a business in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and the inevitable uncertainty regarding the economic landscape ahead.Joe Norman, Solicitor Telephone: 01392 286784Email:...

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Meet the Business Team: Lisa Noyce

I would encourage businesses to look at the big picture - clients often ask us about dealing with a very specific problem, without stepping back and making sure that they've got the right legal foundations in place.Lisa Noyce, Business Team Administrator Telephone:...

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Meet the Business Team: Leanne Yendell

Businesses are made up of people and can be a very personal thing – not only someone’s livelihood but also their passion, idea or family heritage. I like to work in a collaborative manner with my clients and enjoy learning about them and their businessLeanne Yendell,...

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Meet the Business Team: Victoria Matthews

The thing I like best about working for Cartridges Law is the philosophy of the firm and the people that I work with.Victoria Matthews, Head of Business Team Telephone: 01392 286799Email: victoria.matthews@cartridgeslaw.co.uk Name: Victoria Matthews Age: 39 –...

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The ABC(DEF) of NHS Test and Trace

Earlier this week, the government announced that it will make systems for the collation of NHS Test and Trace data mandatory for hospitality businesses such as restaurants and pubs from next Friday (18th September). Although participation by the customer is still...

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