Read the latest on Barlow Robbins Dispute Resolution in the press

03 July 2019
The Retail Apocalypse Virtual Roundtable | August 2019 | Business Disputes
In this IR Global virtual round table, member David Foster, looks at acting for retail businesses in surviving The Retail Apocolypse in the UK by navigating insolvency, restructuring and debt repayments. Download
When and how clients can contest a will | 03 July 2019 | Wills, Trust and Probate Disputes
Scott Taylor With the surge in inheritance disputes reaching court and attracting media attention Scott Taylor's article in the FT gives guidance on 'When and how clients can contest a will' Download
How to Deal with Bad Neighbours | 24 June 2019 | Personal Disputes
Gemma Richards is quoted in Sheerluxe giving guidance on the steps to take when dealing with neighbourly disputes. Download
The curious case of the 'cowshed Cinderella'and what it tells about farming succession | 24 June 2019 | Wills, Trusts and Estates Disputes
Scott Taylor looks at what was the case of the ‘cowshed cinderella’, what is ‘proprietary estoppel’, and how could it affect your estate in this article in Spear's magazine Download
A changing season | 20 May 2019 | Professional Liablility
Esther Millard is quoted in The Law Society Gazette following their roundtable discussion on professional indemnity insurance. View
Domicile: Should I stay or should I go? | 25 April 2019 | Personal Dispute
Scott Taylor investigates the factors that will be taken into account when establishing domicile in the May issue of Trusts & Estates Law and Tax Journal. Download
Limitation: back on track? | 29 March 2019 | Personal Dispute
Scott Taylor considers the appropriate use of 'standstill' agreements in claims for financial provision in the New Law Journal Wills & Probate Legal Update. Download
Raleys ruling "good news for law firms and their insurers" | 14 February 2019 | Professional Liablility
Esther Millard is quoted in Legal Futures on the Perry v Raleys Solicitors case. The Supreme Court has sent out a strong message and has corrected the tendencies of some of the lower courts to apply the existing law in favour of claimants. Download