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We will keep these pages updated with all the latest news from across the firm and provide expert comment on topical and current events.

If you are a journalist and require any further information about the firm please contact:

England - Cara Zachariou on +44 (0) 121 234 0074 or email CZachariou@gateleyuk.com

Scotland - Bryan Garvie, The Big Partnership on +44 (0) 7863 208 045 or email Bryan.Garvie@bigpartnership.co.uk

We aim to offer a fast and efficient service to all news organisations, journalists and researchers and can help liaise directly with our team of leading experts and senior staff to give you all the facts you need.

EU FLag
16th January 2015

Modernising Insolvency in the European Union

With the EU economic recovery still taking time to gain momentum moves are underway to change the insolvency landscape to make it easier for the rescue of businesses operating across member states to be implemented – a situation which should be good news for creditors.

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Chris Davies
13th January 2015

Looking ahead

Some of you might be wondering what employment law developments will make the headlines in the first half of 2015. Employment associate, Chris Davies gives us his predictions for the months ahead.

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Warning
29th December 2014

Black Friday might herald a 'black' January for retailers

Retailers might be backing themselves into a hole with events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday by entering into an unsustainable cycle of discounting.

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Mark Rutherford
22nd December 2014

Gateley advises on sale of plastic components businesses

The Corporate team in the Nottingham office of national law firm, Gateley has advised on the sale of plastic components company, Fibracon Twin Limited, and its sister arm, Insoll Components Ltd. to Gloucester based Röchling Engineering Plastics (UK) Ltd.

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Hyatt and canal bridge
18th December 2014

Best Price?

Under Section 25 of the Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970 (the Act), a heritable creditor is required to ‘take all reasonable steps to secure that the price at which all or any of the subjects are sold is the best that can be reasonably obtained’.

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