Trainee Blog

CVAs: A few things you should know
20 July, 2018

You might have seen the term “CVA” hitting the headlines recently, with a flock of well known high street names the likes of House of Fraser and Mothercare amongst companies recently undergoing the CVA procedure. But what does the term “CVA” actually mean? CVAs- In brief A Company Voluntary Arrangement, or CVA, enables a company […]

Cripps conquers the Three Peaks
29 June, 2018

Last weekend an intrepid team of thirteen Cripps mountaineers completed the Three Peaks Challenge, successfully climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in aid of Rethink Mental Illness. The trip was organised by senior associate Helen Fisher and trainee solicitor Tom Bushell, who describes his experiences below:   Ben Nevis (1,345m)   We arrived at […]

The gas may be safe but is the decision in Caridon Property Ltd v Monty Shooltz?
20 June, 2018

This week the Cripps trainee solicitor blog team caught up with Natasha Holme, a first year trainee currently sitting in property dispute resolution. In her article, Natasha summarises the county court appeal decision of Caridon Property Ltd v Monty Shooltz and highlights the potential impact it may have on landlords of assured shorthold tenants. Click here to […]

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