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Leading South Coast Solicitors for Individuals & Business
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Trademarking hashtags? #wasteoftime. Even if it can be done, social media users are liable to hijack marketing slogans, Mark O'Halloran writes.

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Unless you have lived under a rock for the past year, you will know that Article 50 was triggered on 29 March 2017, beginning the process for the UK to leave the EU. One question we are now constantly being asked is what will happen to UK employment law?

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With the election campaign now in full swing, the final manifestos for each of the main parties have been announced. Our employment team have summarised the key implications for employment law from each of the manifestos.

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Theresa May’s claim to be the champion of workers rings hollow. Leon Deakin, employment partner at Coffin Mew, comments.

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With all that is going on, it may have passed you by that at the end of March the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee (BEIS) released its report on corporate governance. While it may not sound like the most thrilling of reports, it comes at an important time for British business as we begin to prepare for life outside the European Union.

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A legal threshold has been crossed where the courts have recognised the damage that can be caused to those who witness negligent healthcare provided to their loves ones.

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The gig economy has created legal questions, but there are several areas besides worker status to consider. Holly Cudbill of Coffin Mew comments.

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What does the recent investment in BrewDog tell us about the British Brewing Industry, asks Jonathan Sherman?

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Coffin Mew welcomes four new solicitors to its growing team in the South.

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We are delighted to hear the proposed increase in probate fees have been dropped by the government. It was very clear from the offset that the new system was nothing more than a backdoor tax and the Government had abused its powers in pushing them through under the guise of a fee.
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