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1 05, 2019

New Partners at Teacher Stern

By | May 1st, 2019|Services|

We are delighted to announce that Nazia Hussain and Michael Reiner will become partners today. Nazia Hussain joined the firm in 2008 and throughout that time has strengthened her technical skills and built very strong client relationships as well as supporting the business development initiatives within the Property Litigation team. We are delighted that she will be joining the partnership [...]

8 04, 2019

More Rules About Documents

By | April 8th, 2019|Dispute Resolution|

No doubt you have heard enough about the new GDPR rules to abide by, as well as the updates you need to make to your internal policies and procedures to be compliant. We hope, by now, that you have completed that task and that those changes have been smoothly incorporated into your daily routine. Unfortunately, a new wrinkle has arisen [...]

21 03, 2019

Teacher Stern Partner Appointed as Deputy District Judge

By | March 21st, 2019|Services|

Partner Samuel Rippon has been appointed as a Deputy District Judge by the Lord Chief Justice. The role involves a wide jurisdiction which is the same as that of a full-time district judge, but requires sitting in the county courts and district registries of the High Court for up to 30 days a year. Managing Partner David Salisbury said, “This [...]

19 03, 2019

The importance for construction professionals maintaining accurate records and the losses which can flow, according to new Technology & Construction Court judgment

By | March 19th, 2019|Construction|

A recent judgment handed down by the Technology & Construction Court in Freeborn & Goldie v Dan Marcal Architects [2019] EWHC 454 (TCC) is significant in a number of respects, namely the importance for architects and other construction professionals to keep accurate chronological records of their work and the losses which can flow from negligence claims. Facts The case concerned [...]

13 03, 2019

Teacher Stern advises Stamford Property Investments on £60m apartment scheme

By | March 13th, 2019|Recent Transactions|

Teacher Stern LLP has advised Stamford Property Investments on the sale, funding and redevelopment of a 10-storey office building into a 14-storey building containing 259 luxury apartments, located in Birmingham’s business district. Stamford Property Investments used special purpose vehicle Lionel House Developments to purchase and develop the old post-office building and secured forward-funding from The Aberdeen Standard Pan-European Residential Property [...]

1 03, 2019

Negligence claims: Determining the Loss of a Chance

By | March 1st, 2019|Dispute Resolution|

How does a claim allegedly worth £17,000 be approved by the County Court at Leeds, only to then be overturned by the Court of Appeal, only to then be overturned again by the Supreme Court? How can a claimant suffering from a workplace injury satisfy a burden of proof that they would have had the chance to complete certain tasks [...]

20 02, 2019

Til Death Do Us Part?

By | February 20th, 2019|Private Client|

A Will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign, primarily because it ensures that your assets pass to your chosen beneficiaries.  Making a Will, or updating an existing Will, is therefore essential, but even more so if you are separated or are in the process of divorcing. When divorcing, your estranged spouse will still be entitled [...]

4 02, 2019

Network and Information Systems Regulations

By | February 4th, 2019|Commercial|

Our corporate and commercial associate Juliana Ruseva has been published in PLC Magazine’s January/February 2019 issue. Her article assesses the impact of the Network and Information Systems Regulations that came into force in May 2018 with their aim being to tackle cyber security across all industries. The article focuses particularly on the cost of cyber security breaches, the practical implications [...]

28 01, 2019

Brexit Legal Update – The Impact of a No-deal Brexit on European Nationals Living in the UK and UK Immigration beyond Brexit

By | January 28th, 2019|Immigration, Services|

Whilst the Brexit debate shows no sign of slowing down, we have grappled with the current Home Office guidance to summarise what will happen in the event of the UK leaving the EU with a deal or without a deal (known as a “no-deal” Brexit). Note that this guidance is provided as a summary of the information available on 30 January [...]

15 01, 2019

Apply for a Training Contract with Teacher Stern

By | January 15th, 2019|Services|

Applications for our 2019 Vacation Scheme and 2021 Training Contracts are now open! Please take a look at our Careers Page for details of our Trainee Solicitor scheme and Open Days. We are currently receiving applications for training contracts commencing in 2021, however we may have a limited number of spaces for our 2020 intake, therefore please indicate on your [...]

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