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Clifton Ingram Solicitors is delighted to let our clients know that we are again opening our doors for face to face meetings by appointment from Monday 6th July

We will, of course, continue to offer virtual or phone meetings should you prefer, but it is a very positive step to be able to offer appointments in person again.  We have undertaken a thorough health and safety assessment and have steps in pla...
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An Update on the Coronavirus Act 2020 and Commercial Property

We have previously posted as to the effect of the Coronavirus Act 2020 on commercial property and in particular the position of landlords and tenants during these uncertain times.The Act came into force on the 25th of March 2020 and at that stage the...
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An important tweak to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Following on from Alison Gair’s article last week regarding the updated Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the “Scheme”), the Treasury have announced an important further tweak to the Scheme.We have previously explained that the Scheme will close to n...
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Tyla Robins joins the Wills & Inheritance team

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Clifton Ingram’s Wills & Inheritance team continues its expansion with the appointment of solicitor Tyla Robins

Clifton Ingram LLP, the Thames Valley law firm with offices in Wokingham and Reading, is pleased to announce the appointment of Tyla Robins as a Solicitor in the Wills & Inheritance team.

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UPDATE TO THE CORONAVIRUS JOB RETENTION SCHEME (the “Scheme”)

On Friday 29 May, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced how the Scheme will operate between 1 July and the end of the Scheme on 31 October 2020. Mr Sunak has made it clear that the Scheme is not intended to extend beyond 31 October 2020 by which poi...
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The Corporate Insolvency Governance Bill Published – Extra Tools for Insolvency Practitioners

On 20 May 2020 the Government published The Corporate Insolvency Governance Bill, which has been laid before parliament and is expected to be implemented into law shortly. Whilst most of the proposed measures within the Bill have been under considera...
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Seven things to think about when making redundancies

We are probably going to be experiencing difficult economic times for a considerable period to come and many employers will be forced to make cutbacks in their staff. Therefore, this article looks at the issues that an employer needs to consider when...
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The Government’s Furlough Scheme has been extended to the end of October

Rishi Sunak has today announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“Furlough Scheme) will be extended for four months, until the end of October 2020.It will continue in its current form until the end of July 2020.Then, between 1 August and 31...
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Trading through Covid 19 - Issues for Directors

The Government announced on 28th March 2020 that the wrongful trading regime, that applies to insolvent companies, will be temporality relaxed with retrospective effect from 1 March 2020 for three months. Whilst this may give some comfort to company ...
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More protection announced for struggling commercial property tenants

Statutory Demands and Winding up petitions by LandlordsThe government have already introduced provisions to allow commercial tenants to delay rental payments for three months up to the end of June 2020 and are obviously keen to extend the measures to...
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