Twitter | Search | |
Bishop & Sewell LLP
We're a Central London law firm - with an international reach - specialising in personal, property and commercial legal matters. Established 1979.
3,542
Tweets
1,918
Following
1,158
Followers
Tweets
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 23
We welcome this month our new partner as Head of where she will strengthen our offering and be a great asset to our clients
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 22
Bishop & Sewell’s Karma Hickman discusses the post-Brexit situation for EEA citizens married to Brits, now that the situation is clear:
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 22
Putting a value on upset, distress and anxiety caused by in has never been a precise science. Rhian in our team looks at a recent case
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 21
What can employees and employers learn from the recent Employment Tribunal decision, Baldeh v Churches Housing Association?
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 20
Filing for in one jurisdiction over another can have benefits (or drawbacks) - so how does the law decide which jurisdiction is the right one?
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 20
Did you know that The Crown Estate owns the to a significant number of properties that are subject to residential leases? Although it is not subject to Reform legislation generally, it will act by analogy to the relevant legislation.
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP retweeted
ALEP May 15
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 17
Dealing with the emotional side of a separation is as important as dealing with the legal aspects.
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 16
”Commonhold has been on the statute books since 2004, but there are more books written about it than commonhold developments." Read more about last week's Professionalism in Property Conference () and what was discussed:
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 15
Did you know London has been touted as the 'divorce capital of the world'? We explain why securing jurisdiction for a to be in England and Wales can be hotly contested:
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 14
A brief recap of the last week, where our expert Mark Chick spoke on a panel about re-invigorating . It was a great, informative event.
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 14
Our expert Karma Hickman looks at the new policy in the Good Character Requirement guidance for British citizenship.
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 13
Rhian in our team looks at a very recent case and what Employers and Employees can take away from this
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 13
Knowledge of a can be the deciding factor in a case, when it comes to discrimination in the workplace. Read more:
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 13
Insightful day spent at the PiP Conference last week including the Law Commission’s recent consultation on re-invigorating commonhold as part of the solution to the so-called “Leasehold Scandal.”
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 13
Philip in our Family team looks at choosing the right jurisdiction for your and why this decision should not be taken lightly
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP retweeted
Mark Chick May 8
Heather Wheeler MP telling us that the pledge by freeholders to look at ground rents is part of what ‘professionalism in property’ means ...
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP retweeted
FlatLiving May 12
Residential team at strengthened with the announcement of the appointment of Paul Barnes as a Partner in the Residential Property team.
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 10
When buying a home with your partner, careful thought needs to be given as to how your home should be owned, especially in case the relationship doesn’t last.
Reply Retweet Like
Bishop & Sewell LLP May 9
Housebuilders sign up to government pledge - MoneyWeek
Reply Retweet Like