In the recent case of Freeborn & Goldie -v- Mr Daniel Marcal t/a Dan Marcal Architects the architect was found liable for damages to clients by whom he had been retained to design and project manage the construction of a new cinema in their London home. The case considers scope of retainer, duty of care and measure of damages but importantly turned on the evidence of fact, in respect of which Mr Marcal’s case was woefully lacking.Read More
BPE Solicitors has acted for Cheltenham-based sensor manufacturer and supplier, Positek Limited, on their recent share sale for £4.2million
BPE Solicitors' board has been furthered strengthened by the promotion of Jo Bewley to Equity Partner
BPE marked the return of their ‘Art Of’ event series with a special collaboration with the award-winning Barn Theatre, in Cirencester.
BPE Solicitors has seen the return of a third solicitor in four months as Chris Aldridge re-joins the firm’s Employment team after two years at a niche employment practice.
The importance of an employer being able to demonstrate that a former employee had actually entered into binding restrictive covenants was highlighted in the recent case of Tenon FM Ltd v Cawley.Read More