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The impact of coronavirus on share valuations in unfair prejudice petitions

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Given the ongoing lockdown and the effect that is having on company valuations, the court is continuing to be flexible on valuation dates, particularly where justice needs to be done for the wronged minority shareholder.

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The importance of getting notices correct

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We commonly see disputes arising as a result of poorly drafted or late notices being issued. We therefore often have to stress the importance of getting notices correct, especially when it comes to receiving or making payments.

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The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Act 2024 – Part 3

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In part 3 of our series looking at the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Act 2024, we turn our attention to the ’other rights of long leaseholders’.

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The Right to Roam: Balancing landowners’ interests and public access

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The Right to Roam has been brought back into the public debate following recent rumblings from Labour about extending rights for ramblers across England and Wales. For more information contact our team online.

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The role of the expert in litigation

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In some High Court cases, the court may decide it requires evidence from a forensic accountant. This is known as expert evidence.

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The spread of corruption at Arena Television

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Given the far-reaching scope and the sophistication of the fraud that is alleged in relation to the affairs of Arena TV it seems that others, beyond that of Arena’s two directors, may have been involved in the reported scam.

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The worry of slurry

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Our team are increasingly instructed by farmers in respect of allegations of slurry-related pollution into streams and tributaries. Sam Harkness outlines the steps which farmers can take to mitigate the risk of any pollution and prosecution.

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Top tips for green energy diversification

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Farmers and landowners have always been adaptable in the way they have managed their farms or estates regardless of size, type or location.

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UK Government hydrogen plan launched

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Dale Edwards, Green Energy Strategic Consultant comments on the UK Government’s eagerly awaited launch of its hydrogen plan.

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