BPE Solicitors is pleased to announce that Sarah Lee has been promoted to Partner in the firm’s Employment Team
BPE Solicitors has been appointed as an approved legal supplier for public sector organisations based in the South West, following a rigorous tender process by Crown Commercial Services (CCS).
A team of dedicated BPE professionals took part in the Cummings County Quiz last weekRead More
With just over four months to go until Brexit, we finally have a clearer picture of how registered EU trade marks and designs will be enforced in the UK, and vice-versa, following the publication of the draft EU Withdrawal Agreement.Read More
With the news that the Government is set to go ahead with proposals to increase probate fees, what impact will this have for those thinking about their own will and estate and what are the implications if you are an executor?Read More
In my May 2018 article ‘Insolvency calls time on pursuing claims’, I looked at how various moratoria apply to stop claims when a party enters into certain insolvency processes. I offered a taster when I said that adjudicator’s awards were a strange species because they are not final and binding, that this complicates their enforcement, and that I would look at the complex interaction between insolvency and the enforcement of adjudicator's awards soon. The subsequent case of Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Ltd v Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (In Liquidation)  EWHC 2043 (TCC, 31 July 2018), means that time is now.Read More