Monthly Archives: September 2021

The aviation industry in 2021 and beyond – Recovery, restructuring and disputes

As airlines and the network of businesses linked to the airline industry continue to struggle with the effects of the pandemic, Collyer Bristow’s aviation litigation expert Simon de Broise is joined by his colleague Ryan Lynch, a specialist in insolvency …

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New mother awarded £185,000 after employer refused flexible working

A new mother who had a her request for flexible working refused was reportedly awarded £185,000 by the Employment Tribunal. Estate agent Alice Thompson went on maternity leave in 2018, on her return to the workplace in 2019 she requested …

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High income child benefit charge: An update

Many of you have been in touch following our Upper Tribunal success in HMRC v Wilkes regarding HICBC disputes- we thank you for your interest in this case and its consequences for affected tax payers. You can read the original …

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Collyer Bristow becomes official legal partner of The Women’s Chapter

We are delighted to announce our partnership with The Women’s Chapter, the leading movement and network championing women in business and women-led business. Founded by Michelle Pughe-Parry De Klerk, The Women’s Chapter was founded to provide professional women – both …

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