Experts in the field join Jess Harrold to offer their own thoughts on the three most important property cases of 2020.
Emma Humphreys, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, considers the significance of the Supreme Court restrictive covenant decision in Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd.
Roger Cohen, partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, offers his own personal reflection on his involvement in Cardtronics Europe Ltd and others v Sykes (VO) and others.
And Joanne Wicks QC and Emer Murphy, barristers at Wilberforce Chambers, join forces once again to discuss the implications of our number one case, Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Ltd.
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Bricks & Mortar: Careers trilogy, part 2: Making the most of online tools in the job search
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RESI TALKS: Meet L&Q’s new chief executive
EG Interview: Why Homes England’s Nick Walkley wants people to leave the agency – including himself
No Filter Episode One: Space Three
On the Case: Service charge lessons from £2.3m McKinsey judgment
Social mobility in real estate: The lost golden thread of diversity
Fundamentals of the future: The rent don’t matter, the particulates do
EG Like Sunday Morning: LOMA, cladding and Weetabix
Bricks & Mortar: Careers trilogy, episode 1: Starting the search
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