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May 10, 2021 in News

Brexit update: French fishing industry, Israel and India trade links

Brexit and the French Fishing Industry It is not only the UK which has had to adopt many domestic measures to counter any perceived adverse effects or constitutional, legal or…

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May 4, 2021 in News

Billion-pound claim against TikTok for breaches of personal data of children

There’s no doubt that the video-sharing app TikTok has enjoyed spectacular growth during the pandemic. The app now claims to have over 800 million users worldwide and its parent company,…

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May 4, 2021 in News

Brexit update: Artificial Intelligence, trading with Australia and a tale of two Acts

Brexit and Artificial Intelligence (AI) The Times columnist, Edward Lucas, entitles his article in the Times of 26th April 2021: “EU is becoming policeman of the internet – while the…

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April 27, 2021 in News

Excello Law expands into Manchester with new office and recruitment of leading family law team

New-model firm Excello Law has expanded into Manchester city centre with the opening of a new office at 3 Hardman Square and the recruitment of leading family lawyers Katie McCann…

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April 27, 2021 in News

Affordable housing supply after lockdown ends – what can we expect after S106 is abolished?

As we anticipate the end of lockdown, the need for affordable housing has never been more acute. The Government, while not deviating significantly from its homeownership agenda, wants to change…

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April 27, 2021 in News

Brexit update: Kalifa review of UK fintech, football Super League and Earth Day

Brexit and Fintech The Sunday Times of 18th April 2021 has reported on a letter signed by 30 representatives of the UK’s fintech industry to Rishi Sunak, the UK’s Chancellor…

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April 19, 2021 in News

Data scraping – the risks of publicly available data

Earlier this month, it was widely reported that details of more than 530 million Facebook users worldwide have been made available online, including phone numbers and some email addresses. The data supposedly…

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April 19, 2021 in News

Brexit update: Incoterms 2020, Lugano Convention and the Future Fund

Brexit and Incoterms 2020 “Incoterms” (a registered trademark of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)) are standard contractual provisions in relation to the international sale of goods, which have been…

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April 19, 2021 in News

Private client and agriculture and estates specialist joins Excello Law in Kent

Private client lawyer Mark Diomede has joined national firm Excello Law from his previous position at Mowll and Mowll in Dover where he was a director. Qualifying in 1985, and…

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April 13, 2021 in News

Trading out of the pandemic and post-Brexit: business webinar 2 June

To help business owners navigate their way through the uncharted waters of trading through and out of the pandemic and post-Brexit, accountants ABG, in partnership with Excello Law, are hosting…

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April 12, 2021 in News

The evolution of new-model firms and the opportunities for consultant lawyers

The pandemic has achieved more in a year in terms of pushing the legal profession to adopt modern ways of working than would probably have taken another decade or so…

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April 12, 2021 in News

Brexit update: Living in Spain, UK Digital Markets Unit and the Trade Bill

Brexit and Spain On 30th March 2021, the “Politico” news service published an online article entitled “Brits in Spain spooked by post-Brexit status” with the sub-heading, “ The end of…

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How to Become a Consultant Solicitor

Most lawyers are used to traditional work practices: long commutes to the office, late nights, high billable hours targets, lack of control and office politics, just to name a few. However, it doesn’t have to be this way

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Bring Your Career in Law Into the 21st Century

We were one of the first law firms to embrace agile working. Excello lawyers choose where they work; from our office network, at home or remotely. They also choose when they work and pick working hours that best suit them.

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Law firm life during and after lockdown – Q&A with Jo Losty

The impact of Covid-19 has thrown up both challenges and opportunities across the profession. We spoke to her about the trends she’s seeing as lockdown starts to ease and why #WFH is now all the rage.

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