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Newmarket Business Women – Coffee & Cake

Newmarket Business Women are holding their next Coffee & Cake morning on the 19th June 2019, at Nancy's Tea Shop. £5 per person on arrival (cash only). To find out more click here

When No Notice is No Good – Proposed changes to evictions

The Government recently announced it is looking at overhauling the laws surrounding evictions and tenancies. The focus of the proposals surround Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 (commonly known as simply ‘Section 21’). Section 21 gives landlords the ability to terminate a tenancy with 2 months’ notice, without giving a reason. This is often [...]

Qipco Guineas Festival Preview Lunch

Saddle up and kick off the 2019 season with the Qipco Guineas Preview Luncheon. Now in its 6th Year, this event is becoming ever popular both for entertaining clients or for the racing enthusiast. Hosted at the Rowley Mile, you will be greeted with a champagne reception, followed on by a sumptuous 3 course [...]

EH sponsor Stallion Parade in aid of Racing Museum

Edmondson Hall and Newmarket Equine Hospital (NEH) are to co-sponsor an evening at Lanwades Stud, Moulton, Newmarket by the kind invitation of Kirsten Rausing.  The evening which is to take place on Wednesday 5th June 2019, will be drinks and canapes between 6.00pm and 8.00pm with a parade of stallions, mares and foals, all in [...]

2019 Family Open Days

Divorce/Separation - Options and cost  How do we resolve finances and child arrangements? Wills – what are the benefits of having them? Powers of Attorney – what are they and why make them? Why not join us between 10am-3pm on one of our open days for a free and confidential discussion with a specialist Lawyer [...]

The ‘Gay Cake’ case – the impact of a cake on equality law

The recent Supreme Court case of Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd [2018] has ended with a Judgment that has left some people, quite rightly, scratching their heads in confusion as to what is and isn’t discrimination under the law. A gay man with links to an LGBT+ community group, ordered a cake from Ashers [...]

Breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – When should I report it?

Breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – when should I report it? In recent months there have been a number of high profile breaches with respect to data protection laws, including Yahoo! UK Services Limited who were fined £250,000, Gloucestershire Police who were fined £80,000, Dixons Carphone and British Airways. Dixons Carphone and [...]

Why Use the Services of a Solicitor when Someone has Died?

It is always a sad and difficult time when someone passes away and the legal issues that arise following a death can often be complex. Engaging the services of a solicitor means that you can be confident in receiving accurate and useful advice from a qualified, trained and regulated legal professional. At Edmondson Hall Solicitors [...]

Difficult to Divorce?

The case of Owens v Owens was considered recently by the Supreme Court who rejected Mrs Owens appeal against a decision to deny her a divorce based on unreasonable behaviour. Mrs Owens is 68; her husband 80. They have been married for 40 years. She applied for a divorce in 2015 based on her husband’s [...]

Employment Law Update – Important Issues Arising from the Pimlico Plumbers case.

The Supreme Court has recently held that a Plumber, who actually worked under a contract describing him as an “Independent Contractor” was, in fact, a worker and therefore was entitled to certain rights as if he was on the staff. This could have major implications for many businesses. In this case, the Court examined the [...]