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8 March - Paula Kathrens

Following five years of discussion and debate and two formal consultation processes about the prospect of a cap of £95,000 on public sector exit payments, we saw a flurry of... Read More

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3 March - Tim Forer

Numerous extensions have been made to the furlough scheme which was due to end on 30 April 2021. The Budget announcement about the extension itself was not a surprise but... Read More

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3 March - Ruth Christy

As the situation with regard to Government support and action is regularly changing, this article is periodically updated. Please contact one of our employment team lawyers for the latest position with... Read More

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3 March - Penny Rinta-Suksi

Commercial experts Penny Rinta-Suksi and Aimee Cook examine Sport England template contracts. Read More

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26 February - Debra Gers

The recent decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Allay UK Ltd  v Gehlen raises a number of practical implications for employers who have put in place equal opportunity... Read More

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26 February - Tim Coles

What are the key points to bear in mind when it comes to selling your business? We look at how best to get your house in order for private company... Read More

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25 February - Edward McMullen

The gap between housing supply and demand is a perennial issue for Councils.  In March 2018 housing returned to the top of many agendas following a major overhaul of the... Read More

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24 February - Debra Gers

Despite greater awareness and public understanding of gender identity, many transgender people still face discrimination. We examine transgender legal rights from a private client and employment law perspective. Over the... Read More

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24 February - Paula Kathrens

It has taken almost five years of high profile litigation but the Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the earlier decisions of the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and Court of... Read More

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24 February - Gillian McCue

In employment law, workers are classified in one of three categories: “self-employed”; “employees” or the hybrid category of “workers”. Workers are not full-blown employees but are given more protection than... Read More

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23 February - Angela Mildenhall

As many words as there are to define 'diversity'; as a profession we must now, more than ever, be looking to absorb and embrace as many forms of diversity as... Read More

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22 February - Tim Coles

In the hustle and bustle of setting up your own business, certain items can be overlooked for ease or to save costs. You might think, why do I need a... Read More