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How commercial tenants can utilise break clauses to their advantage

23 Feb 2021

The implications of Brexit and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic have meant that most businesses are carefully considering all costs and risks to their business, including costs and risks associated with properties that they own or occupy. Tenants may wish to carefully consider their existing obligations…

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AI in manufacturing and engineering and intellectual property considerations

19 Feb 2021

At its' core, artificial intelligence (AI) is a form of computer science which involves the development of programmes to enable tasks to be completed which would otherwise require human intelligence. AI algorithms can be used for tasks including problem solving, logical reasoning and understanding…

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Insurers urged to pay Covid-19 BI claims following Supreme Court ruling

19 Feb 2021

Businesses in the manufacturing sector, like many others, have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic with the profound operational challenges that it has presented. The scale of the pandemic's impact, including factory closures and unprecedented disruption to supply chains, has knocked companies…

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National Apprenticeship Week

10 Feb 2021

National Apprenticeship Week began on 8 February. This year's theme is 'Build The Future.' With 20 years of experience in progressing employees through apprenticeships, Forbes Solicitors has helped build futures and this year has been no different and has been as successful, despite the…

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We have a deal - but what next?

04 Jan 2021

Amid a busy festive period with the imposition of stricter lockdown measures and the approval of the latest Covid-19 vaccine was the news that a Brexit deal had been agreed. The deal, which was agreed on Christmas Eve, marked some form of conclusion to the Brexit process which has been ongoing since the…

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The impact of Covid-19 on landlord and tenant arrangements in commercial leases

09 Nov 2020

Introduction The economic implications of Covid-19 have presented an array of financial difficulties for both landlord and tenants in commercial leases. With tenants struggling to fulfil their rent obligations under their lease, there are important considerations that both parties should have in…

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Forbes Solicitors launches inaugural Reinvention and Resilience Top 50

03 Nov 2020

Forbes Solicitors has launched its inaugural Reinvention and Resilience Top 50 - an insightful report featuring North West businesses that have innovated and diversified during the Coronavirus pandemic. The regional law firm compiled the research - including nominations from small-to-medium-sized…

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Covid-19 - Temperature Screening Employees

29 Oct 2020

As larger proportions of the national workforce have incrementally been returning to the workplace, the issues faced by those industries which have continued to operate during lockdown are coming under greater scrutiny. The most significant of these factors is ensuring that the workplace is COVID-secure…

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The continued rise of technology in Manufacturing & Engineering

29 Oct 2020

The pandemic has meant that working practices have already changed and are certain to continue doing so. For example, there may be more frequent overnight installations of new equipment, as this reduces the number of people congregating. For the same reason, modular construction and pre-assembly is…

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