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  • 1 October 2020

    Steeles Law celebrate another year of recognition within The Legal 500

    Steeles Law, a ‘long-established and respected firm of solicitors in East Anglia, celebrate another year of recognition with 13 practice areas recognised, along with 2 elite ‘leading individuals’, 2 lawyers listed as ‘rising stars’ and 13 lawyers are recommended by The Legal 500. Read more

  • 24 September 2020

    New Job Support Scheme announced

    The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has today set out a new Job Support Scheme which will replace the current Furlough Scheme due to cease on 31 October 2020. Director and Employment Solicitor Rob Hickford considers what this means for businesses. Read more

  • 4 September 2020

    Digital Assets and your Will

    In a world heavily reliant on technology and with almost everyone owning some form of digital asset, it is important to make sure that your attorneys or executors are able to deal with these if you lose capacity to manage them yourself or after you pass away. Read more

  • 1 September 2020

    Alistair Ponder takes up National Enterprise Network Board Directorship

    An experienced Solicitor in our Company Commercial Team, Alistair is delighted to announce his support of the National Enterprise Network through appointment to its Board of Directors. As a board member, Alistair is committed to representing, promoting and connecting with the members of the National Enterprise Network. Read more

  • 9 July 2020

    Summer Statement 2020

    Yesterday the chancellor announced his summer statement to kick start the UK economy. Key points within the summer statement include: A VAT cut for hospitality, a cut in stamp duty until 31 March 2021, an ‘eat out to help out’ scheme with discounts on eating out and a job retention bonus when bringing employees back from furlough. Read more

  • 29 May 2020

    Furlough Leave Update

    We have had two updates on Furlough Pay (‘CJRS’) this week. The first, dated 20 May 2020 but released on 22 May 2020, is the second Treasury Direction under sections 71 and 76 of the Coronavirus Act 2020 (‘the Second Direction’). Read more

  • 29 May 2020

    Covid-19: Guidance for Employers

    With no indication as to when lockdown will end, or for how long prevention methods will be needed, various employment challenges are coming into focus. Read more

  • 28 May 2020

    Coronavirus support for SMEs: Q&A

    As we all start to get used to the ‘new normal’ of lockdown in our daily lives, SME’s are also having to look at how they can adapt to the current Coronavirus situation and access Coronavirus support. Read more

  • 26 May 2020

    Deputyship Orders: Q&A

    A Deputyship order from the Court of Protection performs a similar function to a Lasting Power of Attorney in that it grants an attorney the power to make legal decisions on behalf of the donor under the mental capacity act. However, applying to the Court of Protection to be a deputy can be an expensive and lengthy process. Read more

  • 10 May 2020

    “Staying alert” to the Employment issues as we prepare to come out of lockdown

    Having now had the government’s announcement on the 'shape of a new plan' for a gradual release from lockdown, with more detail to follow in Parliament tomorrow, Oliver Brabbins, Head of Employment at Steeles Law, sets out his second article on some of the employment law challenges to come for employers. Read more