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What will Brexit mean for EU citizens living and working in the UK?

What will Brexit mean for EU citizens living and working in the UK?

As the Brexit March deadline looms, there is a distinct possibility that the UK might leave the EU without a deal on 29 March 2019. The UK government have given assurance to EU nationals living and working in the UK in such a scenario, however, with many details still up in the air, the position […]

EVENT: Annual Employment Update – 20 March

EVENT: Annual Employment Update – 20 March

Blaser Mills Law invites you to a lunchtime seminar to discuss the most up to date changes to employment law. Using their experience and with reference to recent case law and guidance, our employment law experts, Partner, James Simpson and Associate Solicitor, Debbie Sadler, will provide a rounded picture of the issues facing employers and future changes. Topics […]

EVENT: Online Fraud and Cybercrime – 14 March

EVENT: Online Fraud and Cybercrime – 14 March

Online fraud is now one of the most common types of crime in the UK and businesses must be fully prepared for the increasingly complicated fight against online crime. At this afternoon session, Dan Martin, Head of Crime and Regulatory at Blaser Mills Law and Dan Maund, Police Cyber Security Advisor, South East Regional OCU, […]

Mark Blundell returns to racing

Mark Blundell returns to racing

As an official Partner of boutique sports agency MB Partners, Blaser Mills Law are delighted to share the news that its CEO, Mark Blundell, is making his return to motor racing this year.  The former Formula One star and Le Mans 24 Hours and IndyCar winner will make his debut in the Kwik Fit British […]

On the Right Track

Currently safeguarding the interests of drivers and teams up and down the paddock, Robert Cain, Head of Corporate and Commercial, talks through the trials and tribulations of an ever-changing landscape. Working across the legal sector of the motorsport industry, few are better placed to advise on the potential pitfalls and dangers awaiting across this unique […]

Trademark infringement – the imitation game

Trademark infringement – the imitation game

The unauthorised use of a registered trademark is a criminal offence (under the Trade Mark Act 1994), which means that anyone who is in possession of, or distributes, goods that bear a sign identical to (or likely to be mistaken for) a registered trade mark may face a real risk of prosecution. Local authorities’ Trading […]

EVENT: Guide to Inheritance Tax planning – New date: 27th February 2019

EVENT: Guide to Inheritance Tax planning – New date: 27th February 2019

The New Year is the perfect time to tidy up your personal affairs. Join us for our exclusive seminar, where we will offer a unique insight into the world of Inheritance Tax planning over a glass of wine and canapes. ** In response to concerns regarding the adverse weather conditions expected this week, we have […]

Divorce Day

Divorce Day

The first working Monday after the New Year is known as ‘’Divorce day’’, due to the increase in enquiries received by family lawyers. Generally, this trend follows a period of busy, and often intense, family celebrations which, along with the financial strain of Christmas, can push an already fractured relationship or marriage to breaking point.  As […]