Welcome to Teacher Stern

Teacher Stern is a leading full service commercial law firm based in Holborn, London. We are focused on meeting our clients’ objectives and expectations in each area of our practice. We take the time to gain a thorough understanding of our clients’ businesses and their goals; and by adopting this approach, we provide our clients with clear and pragmatic solutions that go beyond legal advice.

Our lawyers aren’t just experts in their respective fields and sectors. They are accomplished, considered lawyers with well-rounded commercial experience who have the ability and determination to add value to our clients’ businesses. It’s often this added value that our clients cherish most.

News & Insight from our Blog

Brexit – what does this mean for EU migrants and our UK Employment laws?

June 27th, 2016|Comments Off on Brexit – what does this mean for EU migrants and our UK Employment laws?

Last week the UK voted to leave the European Union. EU nationals, their family members and their employers will be concerned about what happens next. Until the UK actually leaves [...]

Informal Contract Variation – Revisited

June 24th, 2016|Comments Off on Informal Contract Variation – Revisited

Informal contract variation cases are a bit like London buses - you wait years for one and then you get a convoy. Last week's Court of Appeal decision in MWB [...]

Can Employers Recover Pay From Misbehaving Employees?

June 20th, 2016|Comments Off on Can Employers Recover Pay From Misbehaving Employees?

We all know that employers can dismiss employees when they discover serious misconduct justifying a termination of employment. But can the dismissing employer go further and recover monies (e.g. salaries [...]

More Changes On The Way For Landlords/Property Managers

June 8th, 2016|Comments Off on More Changes On The Way For Landlords/Property Managers

Laura Bushaway highlights a number of changes to be implemented by the Housing and Planning Act 2016 in relation to landlords/property managers of residential properties in England. The Act was approved [...]