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Insight & opinion
From 6, April 2014 employers may face financial penalties when losing in an employment tribunal. The Employment Tribunals Act 1996 has been amended to allow an employment tribunal to make an order where the employer pays a financial penalty to … Continue reading
We all hope to be able to find the one, get married and settle down! However, sometimes when we don’t get it right the first time, our happily ever after is given a second or even a third chance, if … Continue reading
The new Family Court comes into force today (22, April 2014) in England and Wales as part of a major shake-up for the family justice system. A single Family Court will replace three separate tiers of courts that currently deal … Continue reading
On 13 March 2014 the Children and Families Act 2014 received royal assent and will introduce a number of changes this year for working parents. The changes The right to request flexible working From 30 June 2014, the right to … Continue reading
For several years now, if a father’s name is on a child’s birth certificate he is automatically granted parental responsibility. If for some reason, a father’s name is not included on the child’s birth certificate then an application can be … Continue reading