Keystone advises Wild Nutrition on £5 million private equity investment

Keystone Law has advised client Wild Nutrition, and its co-founders, in connection with a £5 million investment by Piper, the UK’s leading specialist investor in consumer brands. Founded in 2013 by Henrietta and Charlie Norton, Wild Nutrition is an online natural health supplements brand that has disrupted the UK’s £20bn health and wellness market. The […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law

What’s new in employment law for 2021?

The employment landscape continues to be dominated by ongoing Government measures in relation to Covid-19. There are, however, other employment law changes due to be made in 2021, which individuals, employers and HR professionals should be aware of. In this article, our employment partner Emma Clark and paralegal Imogen Dale set out the key dates for your diary as well as […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law

Business Interruption Insurance: What the Supreme Court judgment means for policyholders

On 15 January 2021, the Supreme Court handed down its much-anticipated judgment on the FCA’s business interruption insurance test case. Using a ground-breaking expedited procedure and leapfrog appeal, the FCA, representing the interests of policyholders generally, succeeded in obtaining much-needed clarification from the Supreme Court on particular wordings for business interruption following disease and non-damage […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law

Government announces new leasehold reforms but do they raise more questions than answers?

On 7 January 2021, the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) released a statement claiming that “Government reforms [will] make it easier and cheaper for leaseholders to buy their homes.” This follows reports from the Law Commission on the options to reduce the price payable, published in January 2020, and its report on enfranchisement, commonhold and […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law

Keystone Law celebrates Christmas in a virtual Winter Wonderland raising over £10,000 for Action for Children

Keystone Law’s virtual pub, The Keystone Arms, had a festive transformation last night for a Christmas celebration whilst continuing to support its chosen charity, Action for Children. Keystone’s 400+ lawyers came together remotely at a Winter Wonderland experience that was designed by the firm and applied to the virtual networking platform Remo. Lawyers and staff […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law