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Welcome to our September Ewire

We like to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the maximum advantage from working with us.

Our Ewires will be sent to you regularly to keep you in touch with the latest legal news and we hope you will find these bulletins interesting.

In this edition, we weigh up the various options available for businesses when their products are faulty and take a look at the legal developments concerning squatting in residential buildings, as well as with regards to extensions to such properties.

We also examine the impact of changes to family law and invite you to a seminar covering transparency within employee benefits and pensions.

Finally, we consider the trends in China that businesses should be aware of, congratulate the new Head of our Property Department and provide a showcase on how businesses can use feng shui to achieve greater success.

If you would like further information on any of the issues reported here, please contact us.

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To Recall or not to Recall? What Manufacturers and Product Retailers Must Keep in Mind When Something Goes Wrong

Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of recall notices in the press. Products are no less safe today than in the past, but companies, consumers and legislators all expect more in terms of product safety. 

Corporate Law Partner Adam Powell explains the options and choices facing businesses when it turns out that their products are faulty.

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China: Growing Profits in an Exploding Market

This month, we feature an article from Nicolas Musy of fellow IPG member firm Chi-Na, which covers the trends that IPG members should be aware of in the current international situation.

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Squatting Law Update

On 1 September 2012, squatting in a residential building became a criminal offence under new law. Stefan Arestis, Property Litigation Solicitor, looks into the practical impact of this law.

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New Head of Property Department

The Partners are very pleased to announce that, with effect from 1 September, Philip Otvos has assumed responsibility as the Head of our Property Department.

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The “Conservatory” Party

Earlier this month, the government outlined proposals to temporarily relax the rules on building extensions to existing residential properties. This would allow owners to extend detached homes by up to eight metres and semi-detached homes by up to six metres, without the requirement to obtain planning permission. This may be a good or bad thing, depending on which side of the fence you find yourself, as property solicitor Dee Aylward explains.

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Family Law I: Modernising Family Justice

Mr Justice Ryder’s report into the modernisation of the family courts has now been published, setting out a series of proposals to revolutionise the family courts. The proposals are set to change the philosophy and culture of all involved in family proceedings.

Family Partner Stala Charalambous and Intern Scott Love summarise the main points...

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Family Law II: The Future CSA Charges – Will Children Pay the Price?

The Welfare Reform Bill has been contentious ever since it was introduced, especially with single parents, who feared they would no longer receive help with agreeing on child maintenance.

This fear will now be realised after the bill was granted Royal Assent in March 2012. This ensures many single parents all over the country will face further financial struggles.

Family Partner Stala Charalambous and Intern Scott Love explain...

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What’s on your Mind

Is there any particular topic or area of law (business, private client or family matters) that you would like to see us focus on in a future edition of Ewire? Please contact

the Editor, Robert MacGinn, with your requests and suggestions: rm@silvermansherliker.co.uk.

Date for the Diary

Pensions Partner Jennie Kreser will be among the speakers at the Looking Through Employee Benefits seminar on 8 November at 8:30am. Click here for further information and to register.

Jennie was also recently quoted in Pensions Week.

Jennie can be contacted on +44 (0)20 7749 2700 or jik@silvermansherliker.co.uk

Client Showcase: Feng Shui for Business

Dr Suzanne Harper writes about simple feng shui changes that any business owner can make to give their company an edge in the present economic climate.

This article gives feng shui tips on several subjects close to every business owner’s heart, including profits and cash flow, as well as the essentials if your company is involved in a law suit.

Sceptical? Read what Donald Trump says...

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