We’re a specialist team of corporate and commercial solicitors providing commercial legal services to UK and international businesses from our offices in Truro.

Our model enables us to provide a different approach to much larger commercial practices and helps us develop close relationships with our clients – a boutique firm for people who value a service built around them. We pride ourselves on getting to know you and understanding your business. This allows us to give you clear, practical and specialist advice, specific for your business.

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By Melanie Rowe

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Employer Guides: Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough Leave)

Overnight on 12 June 2020, the government released guidance on the two significant changes it is making to the CJRS, namely: permitting furloughed employees to return to work on a “flexible” basis; and tapering the amount of the grant employers … Continue reading

By Rebecca Anforth

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Women + Waves Collaborates with H&M

Murrell Associates have recently advised Cornish surfing business Women + Waves (https://womenandwavessociety.com) in relation to its collaboration with global fashion retailer H&M. Women + Waves is an all-female surf society founded by Rachel Murphy which has the aim of bringing … Continue reading

By Melanie Rowe

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Employment Update – Spring 2020

These are unprecedented and turbulent times for businesses and individuals alike.  If you have any queries or would just like to talk through any of the issues your business is experiencing at the moment please do pick up the phone … Continue reading

By Rebecca Anforth

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Coronavirus, Quarantines and effects on Commercial Contracts

The recent outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused disruption across the globe. Most people will be aware of the tragic statistics relating to hospitalisation and death. However, the long term economic impacts on businesses are yet to be assessed. So … Continue reading

By Melanie Rowe

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Will coronavirus make flexible working go viral?

Whether it spreads or not, the coronavirus “bug” is already everywhere and, irrespective of whether you consider it mass hysteria or sensible precaution, the challenges it presents are real. If an employee is advised to self-isolate, they will not be … Continue reading