Friday 19 December, 2014 by Recruitment
Thank you to all applicants for the recently advertised role of Trainee Legal Cashier. We are pleased to confirm that we have now recruited for this position.
Thursday 18 December, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
Friday 12 December, 2014 by Craig Croft-Rayner
The Ministry of Justice announced this week that the government will review how mesothelioma claims are funded. This follows their losing a judicial review on making mesothelioma claims subject to the provisions of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO). …continue reading »
Thursday 11 December, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
BRM Director and Head of Commercial Property features in this week’s edition of the Derbyshire Times as guest columnist for Chesterfield Champions.
Read all about Adrian’s views on working and living in Chesterfield on page 43 of the paper.
Wednesday 10 December, 2014 by Recruitment
We are currently recruiting for three positions at BRM
- Residential Conveyancer
- Conveyancing Clerk/Legal Secretary
- Trainee Legal Cashier
Full details can be found on our website careers page at the link below.
Wednesday 3 December, 2014 by Stuart Taphouse
Significant reforms to stamp duty levels have been announced in today’s Autumn Statement by the Chancellor of Exchequer, George Osborne.
Stamp duty is a tax payable on any residential property purchased at a price over £125,000. …continue reading »
Tuesday 2 December, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
BRM’s Commercial Property Team has advised in the purchase of Kelham Hall in Newark for an undisclosed amount, acting for the buyers Kelham Hall Limited.
The historic Gothic-Revival-style hall was built in 1863 for the Manners-Sutton family, but for the last 40 years has been used as offices by Newark and Sherwood District Council. …continue reading »
Monday 1 December, 2014 by Cathy Thomas
From today (1st December 2014), new legislation has been introduced as part of the Immigration Act 2014 which requires landlords to carry out “right to rent checks” for all new tenants. This is to determine whether their tenants have a legal right to live in the UK. …continue reading »
Friday 28 November, 2014 by Amy Hallam
New legislation will come into force on 01 December 2014 and will apply to parents (who meet the relevant criteria) where their baby is born or where a child is placed with them for adoption after 05 April 2015.
The legislation will allow parents to share statutory maternity leave and pay (that is currently only available to mothers) after their child is born or placed. …continue reading »
Wednesday 26 November, 2014 by Amy Hallam
As reported back in my Employment Law Reform Timetable in early 2013, in May of this year new rules relating to Early Conciliation in Employment Tribunals were introduced.