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TLT has appointed Judith Allen as a real estate partner. She will be working from the firm's Belfast office.
Quantifying the loss to creditors in any wrongful trading claim has proved crucial in recent High Court decision. Read our insight to find out more
The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 ( the Regulations ) were passed on...
TLT has advised SinoFortone, a Chinese enterprise, on the acquisition of The Plough at Cadsden, in Buckinghamshire, near Chequers, the Prime Minister's residence.
The latest case focussing on employment rights in the gig economy, a cycle courier has been found to be a ‘worker’ by the Employment Tribunal despite contractual documents under which she was purportedly engaged as a self-employed contractor (Dewhurst v CitySprint UK Ltd).
In another victory for banks against the tide of anti-bank mis-selling claims, the Courts have again ruled against a claimant in respect of allegations regarding the sale of an interest rate management product. Read more on what led to this ruling and what implications can be drawn.
TLT has advised Parabel UK Limited, on the acquisition and disposal of three ground mounted solar sites, to Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited.
In the context of alleged mistreatment of a customer by a lender's business support unit, the Court has rejected implied terms of good faith and for contractual powers to be exercised in a reasonable and commercially acceptable way. Read more on the decision with dealt directly with these allegations.
Trustees and employers who wish to put in place and/or re-certify a Pension Protection Fund (PPF) contingent asset in time for the 2017/18 levy year should act now.