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Our founder, Peter Byrne explores developments across solicitors’ regulation which will impact internal – and external – operations during 2020.
1 week ago by Peter Byrne in Legal Updates
Less than a week into the new decade, along came an Employment Tribunal (ET) judgment on an interesting case which has hit the headlines.
7th Jan 2020 by Arwen Makin in Legal Updates
On 15th July, the Government commenced consultation on a new package of proposals designed to reduce ill health-related job losses.
25th Jul 2019 by Lucy Gordon in Legal Updates
A new "self-employed plus" arrangement between Hermes and its couriers will provide the couriers with individually negotiated pay rates allowing them to earn at least £8.55 per hour, plus holiday pay for up to 28 days a year on a pro rata basis...
13th Feb 2019 by Rafia Ahmad in Legal Updates
The UK's departure from the European Union will bring change for businesses of every size and sector. This blog contains a checklist to assist businesses with the various challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit, and to allow businesses to prepare as best as they can, whilst the terms of...
28th Nov 2018 by in Legal Updates
Last week saw the publication of the Supreme Court's judgment in the long-running Smith v Pimlico Plumbers litigation. Gary Smith had been engaged on a self-employed basis by Pimlico but later sought to challenge his status and claimed that he was a worker...
20th Jun 2018 by Lucy Gordon in Legal Updates
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