- How does the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act affect employment law? (Part 1 of 3)
- Employment tribunal fees to be introduced in 2013
- National minimum wage to increase from 1 October 2013
- Further expansion with new head of litigation
- NHS death rates rise at the weekend – Surprise or blindingly obvious?
- All that I have I share with you… except my company assets!
- Think before you write. It could come back to bite you
- Stockport lawyer is a finalist in the Manchester Legal Awards
- Proportionality – the name of the game in divorce
Insight & opinion
Following the introduction of the Family Court on 22 April 2014 mediation is compulsory for many more married and unmarried couples dealing with separation. The withdrawal of legal aid has left many unable to afford access to legal advice at … Continue reading
The news of Hollywood heart throb George Clooney’s engagement to top London human-rights lawyer, Amal Alamuddin, has a lot of tongues wagging. How big is the ring? What will she wear on the wedding day? How did he propose? Will … Continue reading
I have to say I’ve never been a massive fan of adjudications. Although, I accept they have their place in providing quick interim results. This fast track process could be the difference between a company surviving or not. I am … Continue reading
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