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We are delighted to announce Gordon Dadds has been recognised in Chambers and Partners UK 2018.



Corporate solicitor Henry Evans explores conditions necessary for the creation of valid qualifying floating charges by reviewing the recent court of appeal case judgment of SAW (SW) 2010 Ltd & Anor v Wilson & Ors.

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Once again we are celebrating the inclusion of Gordon Dadds in The Legal 500, the guide to law firms in the UK.

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A recent Court of Appeal case has clarified the law around the Duomatic principle, finding that the principle cannot be used where a shareholder is dissolved or deceased but is still on the register of members. Corporate lawyer Henry Evans explains.

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Once again three members of the firm have been listed on the prestigious Citywealth Leaders List 2017.

In the press


Following new anti-money laundering law, estate agents now have to scrutinise house buyers’ finances to make sure they are not buying property with dirty money. But the legislation was rushed through and there is concern that estate agents are not fully aware of their responsibilities. Alex Ktorides, partner at Gordon Dadds, explains

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Gordon Dadds has advised leading creative PR agency, Modus Publicity, on its merger with BPCM, the integrated brand agency to form ModusBPCM.

Legal Updates Salmon


Changes were made to UK anti-money laundering measures on 26 June 2017 in order to give additional protection against money laundering and terrorist financing. An impact of this has been the amendments to the requirements around public disclosure of information on people with significant control (PSC) in relation to UK legal corporations.


As we move towards life post-Brexit, we are open for business with the world and on the cusp of reaching out  to new territories. To realise the Government’s ambition for ‘UK exports to reach £1 trillion, and for 100,000 more UK companies to be exporting by 2020,’ companies must consider the legal implications of doing business abroad. It is of course unlikely that a Government-stated policy will in itself drive exports, but the prospect of Brexit should certainly be a driving force.

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