Latest news updates

June 28, 2022 in News

White Paper proposes biggest changes to legislation on residential lettings for 30 years

On 16 June 2022, the Government introduced a White Paper called “A Fairer Rented Private Sector”. It proposes the biggest changes to the legislation on residential lettings for 30 years.…
Read More
June 23, 2022 in News

There is a big difference between tolerating difference and embracing difference

Employment partner David Greenhalgh joined Excello Law in 2020 based in London. Having qualified in 1994, he had an early background in heavyweight litigation, including acting for the families of…
Read More
June 21, 2022 in News

Bringing employment tribunals into the modern age

The way Employment Tribunals record their proceedings may soon be modernised, with handwritten notes being replaced by digital recordings and possibly even AI-assisted transcripts. The use of the latest technology…
Read More
June 13, 2022 in News

Why employers should think twice before forcing out older workers

When Anne Robinson recently left Countdown, the 77-year-old broadcaster quipped: “I’ve had a blast hosting this wonderful show and I stayed longer than I signed up for. Now it is time…
Read More
June 13, 2022 in News

Excello opens new office in Staffordshire bringing national network to 10 locations

Following recent recruitment success, national consultancy law firm Excello Law has opened a new office in Newcastle-under-Lyme near Stoke-on-Trent to support its consultant lawyers across Staffordshire, bringing its office network…
Read More
June 9, 2022 in News

Recent tribunal win is a stark reminder of the burden of proof in employment discrimination tribunals

A recent victory in an Employment Appeal Tribunal serves as a reminder to judges and employers of the requirement for Tribunals to carefully consider the potential shift of the burden…
Read More
June 6, 2022 in News

Pride month celebrates freedom and openness. It’s OK to be gay!

As we celebrate Pride Month this June, we’re running a number of feature interviews with some of the Excello Law team about inclusivity in the workplace and what Pride means…
Read More
June 6, 2022 in News

Excello Law welcomes Surrey-based real estate lawyer Karen Cruickshank

Real estate and property development lawyer Karen Cruickshank has joined national dispersed law firm Excello Law as a consultant lawyer, based near Guildford in Surrey.  Karen is an experienced commercial…
Read More
May 30, 2022 in News

Taking children abroad after a separation – do you need permission?

This summer marks the first summer in over two years where we can travel abroad (almost) freely and we have already seen a huge increase in holidays being booked for…
Read More
May 30, 2022 in News

Maternity leave: Cost of living crisis highlights need for support

Many pregnant employees or new mothers will be worried about the rising cost of living and economic pressures that may force organisations to make job cuts. As inflation in the…
Read More
May 30, 2022 in News

Brexit and Switzerland, the Queen’s speech and a UK Bill of Rights

On 28th April 2022, the UK and Swiss Governments issued a Joint Statement announcing their intention to negotiate an enhanced Free Trade Agreement expanding on the terms of the continuity…
Read More
May 23, 2022 in News

Overdue audit and corporate governance reforms on the horizon

Just before the Queen’s Speech was delivered, rumours had been circulating that the long-awaited audit and corporate governance reforms had been unceremoniously dropped. Thankfully, it seems that the call from…
Read More

Featured Posts

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

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More