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22 Dec

Is obesity a disability?

Maybe according to the European Court of Justice in the case of FOA (Kaltoft) v Bilund. This case concerned an obese childminder who was dismissed

17 Dec

Rent Reviews Explained: The differences in rent review clauses and the effect they have on Landlord and Tenant…

This guide is for… 1. Landlords and Tenants negotiating Heads of Terms with a rent review clause. 2. Landlords and Tenants with an upcoming rent

12 Dec

Break Clauses: The operation of Break Clauses in Commercial Leases and the refund of overpayments…

This guide is for… 1. Landlords and Tenants negotiating Heads of Terms with a break clause in. 2. Landlords and Tenants with an upcoming right

08 Dec

5 Pitfalls in Every Commercial Lease: What to look out for when taking on a new lease…

This guide is for: 1. Tenants negotiating Heads of Terms for a new commercial lease 2. Tenants thinking of bypassing instructing a solicitor Taking a

05 Dec

The Christmas season is upon us at Hanne & Co!

This week, the trainee solicitors and paralegals were treated to an evening of ice skating at Somerset House. Trainees, paralegals and partners alike were all

05 Dec

Changes to SDLT: How it will affect you and your purchase…

This guide is for: – Prospective buyers of residential property on or after 4th December Changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) regime came

02 Dec

How to tackle the housing crisis – greenfield vs brownfield development

The UK is currently in the midst of a housing crisis, the economy still recovering from the worst recession since for 100 years. Despite this,

24 Nov

South London JLD at the Oxford University Law Fair

It is the season of law fairs and once again, members of local Junior Lawyers Division (‘JLD’) groups attended various law fairs across the country

21 Nov

Looking for your first commercial premises?

If you are a startup or SME looking for your first commercial premises take a look at this article on startacus. The article was written

11 Nov

Can I Legitimately Browse the Internet without the Copyright Owner’s Consent?

Yes! The UK’s Supreme Court HELD that although there is ‘copying’ involved in the process of internet browsing, it was necessary for the internet to

06 Nov

Getting married abroad

Before you jet off to that Caribbean or Bali beach to tie the knot check you have all the necessary paperwork completed. If you are

05 Nov

Wandsworth Chamber Property Group Reception

Our property solicitors Lorna West and Angela Arnold were delighted to attend the Wandsworth Chamber Property Group Reception at the end of October, which was

31 Oct

Our trainee in Brussels: the first couple of months

I have now been seconded to the Joint Brussels Office of the UK Law Societies for two months and how the time has flown. It’s

29 Oct

Documents from Brazil

From 10th November 2014 all documents bound for Brazil will first require legalisation by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office with the attachment of an Apostille.

17 Oct

Post-divorce relationships and financial settlements – A fly in the ointment

Last month, Mr Justice Mostyn, in the case of AB v CD, stated that when it came to assessing the needs of parties, a new

14 Oct

The Value of Intellectual Property Rights upon an Acquisition. Why and What? Part 2

(Article 2 of 2) On completion of the due diligence referred to in Article 1 of 2, the material and answers received in response are

06 Oct

The Value of Intellectual Property Rights upon an Acquisition. Why and What? Part 1

(Article 1 of 2) Business buyers and sellers are becoming increasingly aware of the value of intellectual property rights (IPRs). It is key that when

03 Oct

Relief from sanctions post-Jackson and Mitchell: the effect of Denton and Others v TH White Ltd and Others [2014] EWCA Civ 906

After scouring the blog articles from the past few months it came to my attention that the decision in the conjoined appeals of Denton v

01 Oct

Unsolicited Marketing Activity: ICO calls for lower fine thresholds

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) reiterates its call for lowering the threshold for serving fines over unsolicited marketing activity. The ICO wants the law to

22 Sep

Shifting sanctions on appeal: considerations for the prudent employer

This summer the Court of Appeal heard the interesting case of McMillan v Airedale NHS Foundation Trust [2014] EWCA Civ 1031, in which the court

12 Sep

Financial Proceedings during Divorce – How does it work?

Going to court during your divorce can be an upsetting, stressful and confusing affair. At Hanne & Co, we are here to help. We are

12 Sep

Seller beware! – Retention of Title (ROT) Clauses

With goods purchased by businesses on credit terms e.g. where payment may not be due for 7, 14, 28 or 30 days after receipt of

08 Sep

Volunteering at Ace of Clubs

A Day at Ace of Clubs On Saturday 6 September Michael Brierley, Sehaj Lamba and I attended Ace of Clubs, our partner charity of the

28 Aug

Dragons’ Den comes to Hanne & Co

Following the success of last year’s event, Hanne & Co. are proud to have worked with The Challenge Network again this year and to have

19 Aug

The Criminalisation of Forced Marriage

The UK hosted the first Girl Summit in July this year. David Cameron announced that violence against women is at the top of Britain’s aid

14 Aug

Data Controllers Beware

Data Protection issues used to relatively minor but now there is a growing tendency for these issues to be treated as major breaches of the

07 Aug

Who Pays When Nobody Else Can?

Yesterday, the Family Court quietly handed down a judgment that may have far-reaching legal and political consequences for the Family Justice System. On the 1

06 Aug

How might I protect the Intellectual Property in my mascot?

1. Trade mark of name/ logo In addition to a name, a logo can also be protected by registering it as a trademark. This is

30 Jul

If I only have an Unregistered Design Right, can I stop my Design from being copied?

A very recent decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union provides important guidance to fashion designers and retailers who rely on unregistered

18 Jul

Hanne’s Big Day Out

Hanne & Co. Gettin’ Around Last night, Hanne & Co. enjoyed its annual summer party. We were treated to a trip to Epsom Downs racecourse

18 Jul

Pets on Divorce

Pets on Divorce – What are the Rules? This week, a lawyer has hit the headlines suggesting that the law should be more focused on

17 Jul

New flexible working rights

As of 30 June 2014 the right to request flexible working arrangements was extended to all employees who have completed 26 weeks’ qualifying service. The

15 Jul

Ladies’ Day at Westminster as Cameron reshuffles his pack

Debate and discussion about equal gender representation is all over the news and twitter (#reshuffle) today as UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, re-shuffles his cabinet

11 Jul

Standard Chartered 5KM Great City Run

On Thursday 11 July 2014, three Hanne & Co. partners and two trainees joined forces with a team from Coram Chambers to compete in the

27 Jun

Trainee secondment to Brussels

The Joint Office of the Law Societies of the UK (England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) works on law reform, and exists to monitor

25 Jun

Is your trading scheme governed by the Trading Schemes Regulations 1997 (the “Regs”)? (Article 2 of 2)

Following on from article 1 on this subject, this article looks at some of the steps that should be taken by a promoter if their

18 Jun

DISCLOSURE OF SPENT CONVICTIONS

The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act has been on the statute books now for 40 years. The Supreme Court which included the President and the Deputy

18 Jun

Is your trading scheme governed by the Trading Schemes Regulations 1997 (the “Regs”)? (Article 1 of 2)

In this article, we shall look at the following: 1. What is Pyramid Selling? 2. What are Trading Schemes? 3. Relevant Law & the Offence?

11 Jun

Business development: a nutshell guide for budding lawyers

The concept of business development is one which all aspiring solicitors should understand and take an interest in. What is business development and why is

10 Jun

WORLD CUP TICKETS

If you have been fortunate enough to be allocated a ticket for the World Cup in Brazil but now cannot attend and if you wish

05 Jun

Hanne & Co take part in the national campaign Run2Work

Staff at Hanne & Co. today took part in a national campaign, supported by London’s The Evening Standard called Run2Work. The campaign aims to encourage

30 May

The proposed “Cinderella law” to criminalise emotional harm to children

Lorna Cservenka, partner and head of the Child Care department at Hanne & Co. appeared as a guest on Sky News Sunrise show presented by

28 May

New equity partner at Hanne & Co

The partners at Hanne & Co are delighted to announce that Grainne Fahy has accepted their offer of equity partnership. Grainne came to Hanne &

22 May

The London Legal Trust Walk

In 25*C heat of the afternoon of Monday 19 May 2014, representatives from across the different departments of Hanne & Co. Solicitors took part in

22 May

New Supreme Court decision extends definition of workers to LLP members

The Supreme Court in the case of Clyde & Co v Bates van Winkelhof has decided that Limited Liability Partnership members are classed as “workers”

20 May

New ADDITIONAL CHARGES Provisions under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations”) (Article 3 of 3)

If you are a trader selling goods, services or digital content to a consumer, these Regulations will apply to you. These Regulations come in to

20 May

Lawson Moot

Mooting: it sounds like an archaic and vicious “sport”. Mooting is really just a mock appeal, however it can be daunting for the participants who

19 May

MoonWalk London 2014

Hanne & Co would like to congratulate our staff Emel Djevdet and Isadora, solicitor and trainee solicitor respectively, on completing the marathon MoonWalk London 2014.

12 May

New CANCELLATION Provisions under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations”) (Article 2 of 3)

If you are a trader selling goods, services or digital content to a consumer, these Regulations will apply to you. These Regulations come in to

06 May

INFORMATION that must be provided to Consumers under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations”) (Article 1 of 3)

If you are a trader selling goods, services or digital content to a consumer, these Regulations will apply to you. These Regulations come in to

30 Apr

Hanne & Co supports Ace of Clubs

We are pleased to announce that over the course of the next financial year, Hanne & Co have voted to support Ace of Clubs, a

29 Apr

Disclaimers in Standard Consumer Contracts: Effective and Enforceable or not?

All suppliers/ businesses using standard contract terms with consumers must comply with the “Regulations”, which implement EC Directive 93/13/EEC on unfair terms in consumer contracts

24 Apr

Advice for Marketers to respect Consumer Opt-Outs

The Direct Marketing Association (DMC) has warned companies using marketing mail and telemarketing that losing consumer trust is the biggest business risk of all and

23 Apr

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) has been brought back onto the national agenda this year. Prevention of FGM is a part of the larger government policy

03 Apr

The proposed “Cinderella law” to criminalise emotional harm to children

On Monday 31st March Lorna Cservenka, partner and head of the child care department at Hanne & Co, appeared as a guest on the LBC

03 Apr

Same-sex marriage becomes law in England and Wales

The Marriage (Same-Sex Couples) Act 2013, hereinafter “the Act”, came into force on 29 March 2014, enabling same-sex couples to marry. The change in law

02 Apr

Flight Prices as displayed: Treating Consumers Fairly!

(Part 2 of 2) As mentioned in Part 1, the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (CPUTRs) can complement the ASRs or apply in

31 Mar

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin “Consciously Uncouple”

In the latest example of a high-profile, celebrity divorce triggering an onslaught of media interest, actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay front man Chris Martin recently

31 Mar

Charity presentation to Trinity Hospice

Grainne Fahy, partner, and members of Hanne & Co’s Charity Committee today presented Ms. Claire Lubbock, Corporate and Design Fundraiser, with a cheque for £4,935.80

27 Mar

Flight Prices as displayed: Treating Consumers Fairly!

(Part1 of 2) The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have produced joint guidance for industry on various EC Regulations

24 Mar

Binding pre-nups: what now for the market?

In recent weeks the legal world has been talking about The Law Commission’s report, Matrimonial Property Needs and Agreement, which includes a draft Bill which

21 Mar

Court of Appeal rules on Whole Life Orders

Last month the Court of Appeal upheld the use of whole life orders having dismissed the suggestion that this sentence is not compatible with the

21 Mar

Trinity Hospice Charity Quiz and Bake Night

To mark the end of the financial year and our time raising money for Hanne & Co’s charity of the year, Trinity Hospice, the charity

17 Mar

Clare’s Law for Domestic Violence Victims

The Office for National Statistics estimates that around 1.2 million women suffer from domestic violence each year, and 330,000 of these women are also sexually

28 Feb

The Mooting Games – London South Bank University Law Society vs. South London Law Society JLD

Working at Hanne & Co affords numerous opportunities to become involved in the community and the local Law Society is a particularly significant ingredient to

27 Feb

Legal Aid in the Crown Court

In order for a defendant to receive Legal Aid two tests must be passed. Firstly the ‘Interests of Justice’ test assesses the seriousness of the

17 Feb

Section 21 Housing Act 1988 simplified – Good News for Landlords

Prior to the decision of the Court of Appeal in Spencer v Taylor (November 2013), notices served on tenants under fixed term and periodic assured

14 Feb

Consumer Rights in Digital Content

The Consumer Rights Bill (the “Bill”) that is currently making its way through Parliament for approval contains dedicated rules that specify businesses’ obligations when supplying

12 Feb

Beyond the City: my first months as a trainee solicitor

I am a trainee solicitor at Hanne & Co, a full-service law firm based in Clapham, London. I recently met with law students who were

11 Feb

What is happening with Cloud Contracts?

The complexity and uncertainty of the legal framework for cloud service providers means that they often use complex contracts or service level agreements with extensive

04 Feb

Hanne & Co Inspiring Young People

As part of its corporate responsibility to the local community, Hanne & Co was delighted to take part in the careers fair at the local

03 Feb

THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT; THE FUTURE IS CHANGE – CHANGES TO EMPLOYMENT LAW IN 2014

This is a time when people make and break New Year resolutions, gym memberships rocket and it seems everyone has succumbed to ‘dry January’. We

27 Jan

Resolution Accreditation

Grainne Fahy, a partner in the firm and a specialist family solicitor, has recently gained Resolution accredited specialist status. Grainne, who has been qualified for

16 Jan

Pre-empt that Pre-Nup

You’ve met the person of your dreams. The romantic proposal was on that cruise to the Galapagos Islands. You won’t bore us with the photographs

15 Jan

Can one terminate a contract when one is not sure what the contract terms are?

This question is asked time and time again as it is often the case that two parties will simply enter in to a verbal arrangement

15 Jan

Can one terminate a contract when one is not sure what the contract terms are?

This question is asked time and time again as it is often the case that two parties will simply enter in to a verbal arrangement

09 Jan

Why use a Confidentiality Agreement?

The law of confidence serves to protect information that is confidential in nature (including commercially sensitive information) and to prevent a person who has received