The Investment Association (IA) has this month toughened the rules on executive pay after concerns that companies were not listening or responding to shareholders.
A new investigation in county lines drug gangs by Sky News has revealed that drug runners in the UK are operating 2,000 ‘county lines’ routes, in a business worth over £3 million per day.
A recent change in the law, which has dramatically widened the scope of properties deemed to be “Houses in Multiple Occupation” (HMO), will lead to additional costs for many landlords. Previously, licences have only been required for houses of three
Police are investigating more than 100 reports that an investment firm may have mis-sold trusts which promised to help clients avoid care home fees. The allegations against Universal Wealth Management – which also traded under a string of other names
The law of intestacy, which governs the distribution of an estate where a person has died without a Will, is once again in the spotlight after it was revealed that US soul singer, Aretha Franklin died without making a Will.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) can have a number of fantastic benefits for businesses that are looking to expand their horizons or branch out into new markets. But specialist advice is crucial – preferably from an early stage. From an acquisitions
Preparations continue in readiness for our firm’s most ambitious charity challenge to date. On 18 May 2019, three of our intrepid fundraisers will attempt to conquer the Three Peaks – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon – in just 24
The team at Mander Hadley are thrilled to have won the prestigious Warwickshire Law Society Law Firm of the Year (up to five partners) Award for the second year running. Our Director, Elizabeth Jennings, accepted the award on behalf of
Professionals at a Coventry and Warwickshire-based law firm have said that seeking advice at an early stage is the key to successful business acquisitions. Mander Hadley Solicitors, which has offices in Coventry and Kenilworth, is recommending that prospective purchasers seek
An 88-year-old woman who was dismissed from her position at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading last year is suing the NHS for age discrimination, it has emerged.