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Charity Law Update

Legal newsletter including articles on safeguarding governance, non-primary purpose trading and charity trustees' duties

February 2019
Planning Law and Policy

Legal newsletter including articles on the Community Infrastructure Levy, Permitted Development Rights, Ag tags and a planning policy update

February 2019
Regulatory Review

Legal newsletter including articles on director's duties, GDPR, food safety, H&S sentencing guidelines & motoring offences

November 2018
Employment Law Update

Legal newsletter including articles on TUPE, whistleblowing, harassment, vicarious liability & discrimination

November 2018
Education Focus December 2017
Education Focus December 2016
Planning Focus December 2015
Construction Focus November 2015
Education Focus November 2015
Charities Focus October 2015
Renewables Focus January 2015
Education Focus November 2014
Family Focus April 2014
Food Group Focus February 2014
Education Focus December 2013
Motor Focus March 2013
Charities Focus January 2013
Education Focus December 2012
Food Group Focus October 2012
Education Focus February 2012
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Will the Brexit divorce affect my separation? - an update

In January the EU published it’s own guidance on the impact on a “no deal” scenario on civil and commercial matters, which includes family law

April 2019
The opposite of an annexe …

Converting flats back into a single planning unit

April 2019
Brexit may frustrate you, but will it frustrate a contract?

The commercial implications of Brexit on commercial contracts will ultimately be determined by the terms upon which we leave the EU

March 2019
How much for the rooftop space?

2017 Electronic Communications Code introduces changes to the way operators may use statutory rights to install electronic communication apparatus on land.

March 2019
The Pitfalls of Positive Discrimination

Going beyond the remit of acceptable measures in applying positive action.

March 2019
Martin v Martin ... in the spotlight again!

Court of Appeal considers what to do with shareholdings in private limited companies when a marriage ends

March 2019
EU Trade Marks after Brexit

EUTM owners should - where the UK is a key territory - take steps to review what protection they currently have in the UK

March 2019
Telephone kiosk with digital advertisement panel not permitted development

Telephone kiosk with digital advertisement panel not permitted development

February 2019
Planning appeal inquiries independent review: final report published

The Rosewell Review report into Planning Appeal Inquiries concludes that active case management could halve the time from lodging an appeal to a decision

February 2019
Villages, Hamlets and Estate Agents’ windows

When is a village not a village? And when is a window a ‘window display’?

February 2019
Settling workplace disputes - “the NDA”

The use of non-disclosure agreements in cases of alleged sexual and/or racial harassments in the workplace.

February 2019
Did You Get Engaged on Valentine’s Day?

If you got engaged on Valentine’s Day you might want to think about the legal and financial implications of getting married

February 2019
Reforming water regulation: the Government consults

Latest consultation introduces proposals to improve long-term planning for water resources and drainage

February 2019
Is Age Discrimination on the rise?

Age discrimination occurs when an employee is treated less favourably because of their age

February 2019
The Chief Planning Officer writes …

Integrating the latest changes to Appropriate Assessments and a new prize for community supported design

February 2019
Reform of Residential Lease Extension Rules and Procedure Set for 2019

Law Commission publishes proposals for reform of residential lease extensions for flats and houses to promote transparency and fairness

January 2019
Water Infrastructure: new definitions amend the Planning Act 2008

Latest consultation on the new National Policy Statement published last November

January 2019
The 10 day Notice of Appointment Moratorium: When does the bell toll?

When does the 10 day moratorium expire following an NOI procedure?

January 2019
When is an annexe not an annexe? The Planning Inspectorate considers.

Recent case revisits when an annexe is not an annexe (or at least, not a separate planning unit)

January 2019
A hole lot of trouble - Nestlé takes action against vape brands

A reminder that registered marks can be protected against unauthorised third party use, even outside the classes for which they are registered

January 2019
CIL consultation

Further reforms to developer contributions: a new consultation on the Community Infrastructure Levy

January 2019
Happy New Year - did you have a good Christmas?

A surge of couples seeking a divorce is not unusual after the strain of the Christmas holidays.

January 2019
Can planning achieve more development AND more biodiversity?

Achieving more development AND more biodiversity? The government consults.

December 2018
Draft NPS for water resources infrastructure published

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs publishes further consultation

December 2018
Flavour of the month

Hard cheese for soft cheese maker with CJEU ruling

December 2018
Criminal Prosecution by the ICO

First prosecution under the Computer Misuse Act 1990 by the Information Commissioner’s Office

December 2018
Is there such a thing as a good divorce?

Rollits are proud to support Resolution’s campaign for no-fault divorce.

November 2018
Smart cities and integrated transport

… time for planning to step up to the challenge?

November 2018
Lease v licence?

It’s not always about what it says on the tin when it comes to lease v licence!

November 2018
Marital Agreements September 2018
Mills v Mills July 2018
Oxfam Scandal February 2018
Selling their soles February 2018
A Christmas treat December 2017
Attack The Block! December 2017
Vaping at work August 2017
The Right to Rent January 2017
Spaced out? November 2016
An Unsung Hero April 2016
Unfair Dismissal January 2016
Mixed Messages! October 2015
The New Part 36 February 2015
Holiday Pay January 2015
One out, all out! December 2014
Holiday Blues November 2014
Fair Game March 2014
Defamation Act 2013 December 2013
Fair Deal 2013 November 2013
Fit for Purpose? August 2012
Tribunal Fees July 2012
Restricting Fraud February 2012
Failure to Mediate February 2012
The Big Society December 2010
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Rollits expands employment law team with new recruit

Leading Yorkshire law firm Rollits has expanded its employment law team with the appointment of newly qualified solicitor Nilu Love

March 2019
RTPI recognition for planning lawyer Libby

Professional recognition from the Royal Town Planning Institute for Libby Clarkson

February 2019
Rollits Celebrate Charitable Milestone with Dove House Hospice

Rollits support local Hull charity Dove House with £2660 raised from charitable activities in 2018

February 2019
Top Marks for Sarah September 2017
A family affair! November 2016
A Moth For Amy April 2016
On the Move! October 2015
Power of four April 2014
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