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The Employment Tribunal recently held that giving a father two weeks' paid paternity leave and shared parental leave at the statutory rate while giving female employees 14 weeks' paid maternity leave was direct sex discriminationRead more
In the Queen's Speech yesterday, many of the Conservative Manifesto pledges relating to Employment law have been dropped, and even those that remain are mentioned in extremely vague terms.Read more
In April, Blake Morgan advised the City and County of Swansea in relation to the submission of if its application to regenerate the city centre.Read more
The Queen’s Speech on 21 June set out the UK Government’s legislative programme included plans for a Data Protection Bill to ensure that the UK retains its “world-class” data protection regime.Read more
Discrimination in relation to age has been, and still is, a prevalent issue within the UK workforce, writes Rajiv Joshi. However, attitudes need to change so how can employers avoid unconscious bias and age discrimination?Read more
Shareholders of private limited companies registered in England and in Wales have a statutory entitlement to be provided with a copy of the company's annual accounts and related documentation.Read more
Take care with the re-use of a business name following #insolvency: bit.ly/2srAdHF
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William Downing speaking at the Oxford Brookes University Faculty of Law #Graduation Ceremony last week: https://t.co/ULsvn6HL3Z