Whether it’s for a hobby or a profession, purchasing a horse is a big investment. When you consider everything associated with owning your own horse – like the initial sale, vets bills, insurance, upkeep and land – the costs are sure to reach the thousands. If there was ever a dispute, this could mean there is a substantial amount at stake, not to mention the time and stress that comes with it.
Category: Contract Law
Our Associate Solicitor, Zoe Bancroft completed her training contact on the 6th January 2022 and was officially admitted as a solicitor on the 1st February 2022. In this blog, Zoe provides an insight into why she chose to pursue a career in law, what her route to becoming a solicitor was like and her advice to others currently thinking about or training to become a solicitor.
We often get asked what exactly a Share Purchase Agreement is. This blog provides a short guide to the purpose of such agreement and the advantages and disadvantages of entering into one.
The Supreme Court recently reached a decision in the long-running saga of the Pimlico Plumbers case. The judgment, which dismissed an appeal from Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and held that the Respondent Gary Smith was indeed a “worker”, has been held up as a significant blow to “gig economy” companies (such as Uber and Deliveroo) who purport to be a platform for self-employed contractors rather than employers.