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By Michael Crowther
If an individual employee can be identified directly from an image or from the image in conjunction with other readily available information on, for example, an employer's website ...
By Laura Moss
One of the solicitors in our community led housing team, Laura Moss, has been working hard over the last few months to develop her own cohousing project.
By Lynne Bradey
In this case, Allied Services Trust applied to be a property and affairs deputy for a person known as TWAH. The CEO of Allied Services Trust was already acting as interim deputy.
By Marie-Louise Hamilton, Sylvie Nunn
The latest in our lecture series in honour of the late Matthew Wrigley, a founding partner of the firm, began on a sunny evening at Harewood House.
By Alacoque Marvin
Professionals and consultants may at times provide their services through an intermediary, such as their own "personal services company".
By Michael Crowther
Workers are protected from detrimental treatment as a result of making a protected disclosure (or 'whistleblowing').
By Joanne Spavin
Landlords in the habit of granting assured shorthold tenancies ('AST') will be familiar with the statutory requirement that the tenant of a new AST
By Sue King
Proposals to reduce ill health-related job loss
By Alacoque Marvin, Callum Pooler
In May 2019 the Safer Recruitment Consortium (SRC) published an update to their guidance on safe working practices for those who work with children and young people in an education setting.
By Graham Shaw
Against the backdrop of a looming general election and uncertainty about a deal / no-deal Brexit, the current government have formally announced a swathe of education policies
By Jonathan Attey
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has published a response to the consultation on a new statutory scheme.
By Michael Crowther
If an employee resigns and subsequently claims constructive unfair dismissal (by claiming an employer's action caused a fundamental breach to the employment contract),
By Thomas Mundy
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has released guidance about its complaints and feedback procedure. The guidance can be found here.
By Michael Crowther
The guidance is designed to clarify key aspects of NDAs and signposts where to get advice from.
By Kate Edwards
The recent case of FL v MJL [2019] EWCOP 31 looked at the authority of a deputy to make gifts from the surplus income of the person whose funds he manages.
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