Employment Update – Spring 2020

25th March 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

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Coronavirus, Quarantines and effects on Commercial Contracts

13th March 2020

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

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Will coronavirus make flexible working go viral?

11th March 2020

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

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Food and Drink Sector Spring Breakfast Seminar – Postponed

9th March 2020

Update –  Monday 9th March 2020Given the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak we have taken the decision to postpone this event. Attendees who had booked a place have been emailed regarding the event postponement. We will publish details of … Continue reading

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The distinction between a lease and a license

3rd February 2020

Thousands of tourists visit Cornwall and the South West each year, thanks in part to the region’s reputation for wonderful food and drink. Renowned for its Cornish cream tea, hearty pasties, fresh fish and locally reared meat; the region has … Continue reading

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The Cornish Pasty Problem – protecting the Cornish pasty post Brexit

30th January 2020

The much-loved Cornish pasty was given ‘protected status’, or to use their snappy technical phrase ‘protected geographical indication status’, by the European Union in 2011. But the big question for Cornish pasty makers as we leave the EU at the … Continue reading

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Jenny Harbord -Truro Women in Business Networking Group’s Business Woman of the week

1st November 2019

Jenny Harbord, Partner and Head of Property at Murrell Associates LLP, is Truro Women in Business Networking Group’s Business Woman of the week.  Read Jenny’s fantastic story of life lessons and 20 years of property law experience. I have recently … Continue reading

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Registering Unregistered Land – 5 Benefits of Land Registration

9th October 2019

Historically, all land in England and Wales used to be unregistered. When a property or land changed hands, lawyers would hand write documents transferring the property or land from one party to the other. These legal documents would form part … Continue reading

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Murrell Associates features again in Legal 500 guide to UK law firms

8th October 2019

The Legal 500 is a well-respected independent guide which Murrell Associates have been delighted to be included in since 2010. As part of the rigorous application process, the Legal 500 judges review the type and quality of work undertaken by … Continue reading

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Louis Mathers joins Murrell Associates

5th June 2019

Murrell Associates are delighted to welcome Consultant Solicitor, Louis Mathers to their growing Commercial Property team. Louis brings with him a wealth of experience, having worked at the prestigious Bristol based law firm, Burges Salmon, before returning to his Cornish … Continue reading

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