The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill (the “Bill”) has made its way through most of the legislative stages. It has now been approved with amendments by the House of Lords, with those amendments currently being considered by the House of Commons. If approved following this review, it will be put forward to receive Royal Assent (i.e. formal approval), which is likely to happen towards the end of this year.
We are thrilled to announce that our founder, Alex McPherson, has been shortlisted for the London Service Industries Entrepreneur of the Year at the 11th annual Great British Entrepreneur Awards.
The Law Commission of England and Wales has recently announced its plans to review the workings of the right to renew business tenancies, as outlined in Part 2 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. This legislation provides a framework that entitles qualifying tenants protection when it comes to renewing their business tenancies known as “security of tenure”, however, it was created following the Second World War, since which time the property landscape and the commercial needs of landlords and tenants have notably evolved.
Lawyer Week UK in London.
We’re excited and humbled that our Ops Team has been shortlisted for The Lawyer Awards – Legal Operations Team of the year!
What The Commercial Rent law means for tenants in arrears
Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ has recently come under fire for accusations of ‘magpieing’ the song’s catchy hook from a little-known artist. These accusations will culminate in a High Court appearance later this week that will consider the relevant copyright laws. If the trial has piqued your interest in this particularly ‘shapely’ area of IP law, and you’re wondering what relevance it might have to your business, please continue reading.
This brief update has been prepared for tenants who find themselves in arrears as The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill (the “Bill”), currently making its way through Parliament, will change the current situation regarding pandemic arrears and the ban on certain landlord remedies.
Ignition Law advised the management team of Complete Technology Group (“CTG”) a UK-based telecommunication provider on the investment of up to £125 million from InfraRed Capital Partners (“InfraRed”), on behalf of InfraRed Infrastructure Fund V.
Ignition Law works with Karanovic to advise KraftPal on the UK aspects of EUR122.9 million investment from Pasaca Capital Inc.
Ignition Law assists with one of the largest VC deals in Europe