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By Katee Dias
From 6 April 2017, many employers will have to pay the Apprenticeship Levy, which has been referred to by some as a new payroll tax.
By Katee Dias
When an employer decides to terminate an employee's employment, it is obviously important that notice of the termination is communicated to that individual.
By John Wright
In an interesting decision in the Technology and Construction Court in March 2017, the Judge (Mrs Justice Jefford) considered a challenge by an unsuccessful party in an ICC arbitration.
By Joanna Higton
In First Subsea Ltd v Balltec Ltd and others [2017] EWCA Civ 186 the Court of Appeal had to make a judgment on whether a director found to be in breach of fiduciary duty could rely on a limitation defence...
By Katee Dias
On International Women's Day, the chancellor announced a new £5m fund designed to help women return to work after a long break
By Paul McAndrews
Leases of residential property, flats particularly, commonly contain obligations on the part of the landlord to maintain and keep in repair the structure of the building and common parts...
By Sarah Reynolds
In the case of Sheffield City Council v Oliver the Court of Appeal looked at the impact of third party contributions...
By Jonathan Haydn-Williams
On 20 March 2017, the House of Lords EU Committee published a report entitled ‘Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses?' (HL Paper 134) (‘the report').
By Stephen Hornsby
In most commercial negotiations, discussions about dispute resolution procedures are usually left until last.
By Ian Bradshaw
The personal representatives, who are responsible for administering the estate of someone who has died, generally require a Grant of Representation to allow them to collect in, sell and distribute the deceased's assets.
By Katee Dias
Given the recent high profile cases involving Uber, CitySprint and the like, the true employment status of purportedly "self-employed" individuals has come under the spotlight.
By Craig Walker, Emily Kearsey (Trainee Solicitor )
Proprietary estoppel is an equitable doctrine which allows the court to prevent a legal owner of property (usually land) from asserting their strict legal rights...
By Emily Kozien-Colyer
When considering whether to embark on litigation two of the fundamental elements of the claim which need to be identified are, what is the breach and what is or are the available remedies?
By James Daglish
The serving of notices sometimes feels more akin to bomb disposal, than posting a letter.
By Mark Kendrick
To quote from the Nazi dentist played by Laurence Olivier in the movie Marathon Man; "Is it safe?"; well for a buyer's solicitor it may not be if there is a fake seller.
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