- National minimum wage to increase from 1 October 2013
- How does the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act affect employment law? (Part 1 of 3)
- Employment tribunal fees to be introduced in 2013
- Civil partnerships – to have and let go?
- Further expansion with new head of litigation
- Think before you write. It could come back to bite you
- NHS death rates rise at the weekend – Surprise or blindingly obvious?
- Stockport lawyer is a finalist in the Manchester Legal Awards
- Kaye Whitby up for Chester Women in Business Award
Insight & opinion
A recent study taken place during November 2013 in conjunction with The Marriage Foundation has found that although the majority of parents are aware that separation and divorce can negatively impact upon children, they do not consider that it impacts … Continue reading
With the extreme weather conditions over the last few years and more recently high winds and flooding, we are seeing an increasing number of enquiries with regards to whether or not employers are obliged to pay their employees who are … Continue reading
Did you know that ISAs are free from income and capital gains tax? However, contrary to the beliefs of a large number of people, cash or shares held within ISAs do form part of an individual’s estate on death to … Continue reading
In order for a company to be placed into administration after a winding up petition has been presented, a court order is required. In order to grant the administration order the court must be satisfied that: the company is insolvent; … Continue reading