The Queen's Speech Employment Law Proposals
The Government has just issued its background briefing on the 2013 Queen's Speech.
The End of a Business Lease
In this article Nicola Wood talks about the steps that a Landlord can take when ending a business lease
Employee Shareholder Status
Janett Walker has more news from the House of Lords
Employment Law Reforms
Employers and employees should be aware that some important changes to employment law have come into effect this month
Deciding matters of Child Residence and Contact between Parents
You may have heard in the news recently about the Government’s plans to implement as law ‘equal’ rights for separated parents when it comes to spending time with their children.
When am I personally responsible for the liabilities of my company?
In this week’s article, Matthew Ratcliffe talks about personal liability for the owners and Directors of companies.
In this week’s article Lisa Martin our Family Law Solicitor discusses Child Maintenance; who is entitled to receive it, who is responsible for paying Child Maintenance and how the amount to be paid is worked out.
What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Emma Edwards, one of our specialist private client solicitors sets out details about lasting powers of attorney, their effects and what can happen if you do not have one.
Are you up to date with Employment Law?
This week Janett Walker, our Employment Law solicitor discusses latest developments in employment law which come into effect this month.
Is it binding?
This week, Matthew Ratcliffe our civil litigation solicitor talks about the fundamental elements required to form a binding contract.
What is a Compromise Agreement?
This week Janett Walker, our employment law solicitor, explains what compromise agreements are and how they work in the context of settling employment disputes, usually on termination of the employment relationship.
Break Clauses – Tenants beware!
In this week's article David Townend offers advice to tenants who may find that their tenancy "escape route" is more difficult to get out of than Harry Houdini's straight jacket
Pre-Marital Agreements – Aka Pre Nups!
Most couples do not begin their marriages or civil partnerships planning for what will happen to their assets if their relationship ends in the future. This week Lisa Martin explains the importance and effects of a Pre-marital agreement.
This week, Matthew Ratcliffe discusses the issues that can occur when deadlock arises in business and the ways in which it can be resolved.
What is the difference between a solicitor and a non- solicitor legal advice or documents company?
Summer of Sport: on your marks, get set, GO!!!
Olympic fever is hitting the nation and employers should by now be considering how to manage potential disruption and staff expectations to ensure their businesses continue to run smoothly, throughout the period of the Games.
The Divorce Process
This week our specialist family solicitor Lisa Martin outlines the divorce process and explains how the divorce procedure need not be the nightmare courtroom battle that it is sometimes portrayed as.
The new season of “The Apprentice” is now in full swing on BBC1 and as the seventh candidate has now been “fired”, it is highly topical to take a look at how apprenticeships work in the real world.
In this week's article, our family solicitor Lisa explores the difficulties encountered when cohabiting couples separate
Are you aware of Timeline?
Have you thought how it might be relevant to you or how it might affect your business?
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