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21 May - Nicola Diggle

Removing senior directors goes against the grain in business. Extracting the leader certainly deviates from the norm but can be performed as and when necessary. However, there are many pitfalls... Read More

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17 May

The government recently published the outcome of its consultation on improving the home buying and selling process. One of the resulting proposals was the introduction of reservation agreements. The government... Read More

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17 May - Debra Gers

Extensive guidance on sexual harassment has been published over the past few months by ACAS, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and the TUC to help employers understand their... Read More

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17 May - Oliver Weiss

This article first appeared in Reward Strategy Magazine. The writing of references has long been a thorny topic in employment law and so the recent case of Hincks v Sense Network... Read More

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15 May - David Moore

The High Court has recently provided guidance on a good faith clause in a contract with respect to a claim involving the use of a contracting party's data in the... Read More

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15 May - Caroline Lindon-Morris

Farmers and rural estate owners wishing to diversify their revenue streams by converting derelict, or redundant farm buildings into habitable units to be sold on the open market, or for... Read More

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15 May

This article first appeared in Reward Strategy Magazine in March and updated here to reflect recent developments. In July 2017, the "Good Work: the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices”... Read More

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15 May

The Employment Appeal Tribunal’s recent decision in Kocur v Angard Staffing Solutions Ltd means that an agency worker’s statutory rights to certain equal terms cannot be bought out by paying... Read More

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11 May - Rachel Giles

Representatives from each of the Blake Morgan family team's, including Rachel Giles and James Davies recently attended Resolution's 30th National Conference, which was billed as the highlight of the family... Read More

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11 May - Bruce Potter

The health and social care sector is transforming. In a rapidly changing environment, our team of specialist lawyers stay ahead of the issues to work with public and private providers,... Read More

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10 May - Helen Bunker

Welcome to this month's edition of Private Client Issues, Blake Morgan's monthly round-up of the topics you may find of interest. Looking to bag a bargain at auction? How to... Read More

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10 May - Ruth Christy

This article first appeared in Personnel Today Magazine on 4 May 2018. With the GDPR due to come into effect later this month, HR departments need to be careful when... Read More