Contributor Page
Rawlison Butler LLP
 
Email  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +44 1293 527744
Fax: +44 1293 565843
Griffin House
135 High Street
Crawley
West Sussex
RH10 1DQ
UK
By Reema Jethwa
Many employers ask whether or not they can safely use covert surveillance footage as evidence against an employee during the disciplinary process.
By Nigel Winter
To many, it is not in the nature of human relations to bring them to a close in a calm measured and amicable way. However, all the understandable human emotion aside, there is a "wider picture" that the parties usually have to bear in mind - the children.
By Mark O'Shea
There are many reasons for businesses looking to develop or expand their markets and sales beyond UK shores.
By Abigail Owen
Antech Direct Limited ceased trading in May 2013 and went into creditors' voluntary liquidation in mid-June 2013.
By Will Walsh
A recent Employment Tribunal decision has provided a useful insight into the issue of when a forced retirement might not amount to age discrimination.
By Lorraine Burke
The level of mental capacity required to make a Will varies depending on the complexity of the estate and instructions given.
By Nigel Winter
One of the greatest impediments to an ‘amicable’ divorce is the sheer complexity of the issues surrounding pensions.
By Reema Jethwa
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed in a recent case that whilst obesity itself is not considered to be an "impairment" for disability discrimination purposes, if the individual suffers from a number of physical and mental conditions then it is possible that they could be classed as being disabled.
By Nigel Winter
Parties going through a divorce are prone to ask the perfectly reasonable question - "What will I get?"
By Mark O'Shea
There are many reasons for businesses looking to develop or expand their markets and sales beyond UK shores.
By Michael Axe
Since the Civil Procedure Rules were first introduced in 1998, parties involved in Court proceedings have had to "disclose" the relevant documents that they have to the other side.
By Michael Axe
Settlement offers made in accordance with Part 36 of the Civil Procedure Rules (known as "Part 36 Offers" for short) have become a crucial weapon in the arsenal of any party involved in litigation.
By Michael Axe
Legal Profession Privilege is a form of confidentiality covering communications between clients and their lawyers, which provides clients with an absolute right to refuse to disclose such communications in legal proceedings.
By Michael Axe
In the latest in our series of articles on "How to avoid…" common legal problems, Michael Axe summarises some of the steps that you can take to ensure that your confidential and privileged communications remain protected from disclosure in legal proceedings.
By Abigail Owen
A discussion which examines whether a company can enter into a contract using its trade name and not its registered name.