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By Sejal Raja, Ciara Lennon
Can the suspension of an employee amount to a repudiatory breach of contract? This was considered in the High Court case of Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth.
By Hetty Maher
The general data protection regulation (GDPR) will replace current data protection law on 25 May 2018. Regardless of Brexit, all charities and businesses will need to comply with this EU legislation.
By Peter Coats, Stewart Duffy
We look at a recent Court of Appeal decision in relation to GP partnership disputes.
By Holly Bridden
On 31 October 2017 the Department of Health and Home Office published guidance to support the implementation of changes to the police powers and places of safety provisions in the Mental Health Act 1983...
By Jarmila Entezari
The Home Office and Department for Exiting the European Union issued a technical note today.
By Lucy Bridger
Many non-married couples may decide to purchase a property together and register both their names as legal owners on the title deeds.
By Sejal Raja
The issue of calculating holiday pay continues. In the recent case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts and Others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decided that the calculation of holiday pay...
By Peter Coats
We explain what the major documents are in the legal process of buying a business.
By Stephen Blair, Angharad Birch
Earlier articles mention the background and principles behind Modern Slavery legislation.
By Anil Rajani, Oliver Haddock, Tom Wilkin
On 30 September 2017, the Criminal Finances Act 2017 introduced two new corporate offences imposing criminal liability on corporate bodies which fail to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion.
By Jonathan Shankland
The residence nil rate band (RNRB) came into force on 6 April 2017. The RNRB is available when a person who dies on or after that date holds a ‘qualifying residential interest' (QRI) at their death...
By Graeme Irvine
Providers of adult social care are often presented with the practical problem of how to support family members of service users to arrange payment for care services.
By Graeme Irvine
On 12 October 2017 at Basingstoke Magistrates Court District, Judge Loraine Morgan sentenced Southern Health NHS Trust in relation to a CQC prosecution for an offence under Regulation 12...
By Caroline Penfold, Lucy Bridger
If a single parent wants to relocate within the UK, they do not require the consent of either the other parent or the court. If, however, one parent opposes the other's plans to relocate...
By Jonathan Shankland, Cheryl Gayer, Tom Frankel
The controversial and fascinating case of Ilott v The Blue Cross & Others concluded on 15 March 2017 with the Supreme Court unanimously ruling in favour of the animal charities in a daughter's claim...
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