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Don’t Get It Wrong – What Does Behaviour Mean For Divorce Purposes  [30.07.2018]

Don’t Get It Wrong – What Does Behaviour Mean For Divorce Purposes
On the 25th July 2018, the Supreme Court handed down it’s judgement in the case of OWENS – v- OWENS. So what does behaviour mean in the terms of a divorce, how bad does it have to be?
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Is there a minimum temperature for working outside?  [28.02.2018]

In the cold winter months, employers should consider the effect of the lower temperatures on their employees and take appropriate action.
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What is a Settlement Agreement?   [06.07.2018]

Ryan Bickham
There are different types of Settlement Agreements, but the one most commonly referred to is in an employment dispute. A Settlement Agreement is a document which settles the legal disputes between an employee and employer. For the agreement to be binding the employee needs to obtain independent legal advice.
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Report warns of West Midlands looming incapacity crisis  [04.07.2018]

Rachael Stokes
Incapacity is on the rise due to people living longer and the prevalence of conditions like dementia. Unfortunately people have not yet planned ahead to make sure their wishes are followed should they be unable to make their own decisions. A report with SFE and think-tank Centre for Future Studies (CFS) highlights the issues surrounding the lack of planning for mental incapacity and, backed by the evidence, demonstrates a looming incapacity crisis.
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Taking your children abroad this summer  [26.06.2018]

Layla Blackmore
Our specialist family law solicitor Layla Blackmore provides some advice for parents taking their children abroad this summer especially if they have a different surname. 
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Court rules on the rights of a self employed worker  [13.06.2018]

A summary of the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another (Appellants) v Smith (Respondent) [2018] UKSC 29. A case which deals with the rights of workers and self employed staff.
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Monitoring workers' communication  [12.09.2017]

Ryan Bickham
A recent European Court of Human Rights (‘ECHR’) case has ruled in favour of the right to privacy of workers’ communications. They have overruled an earlier decision of the Chamber of ECHR. The background of the case is that a Romanian...
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Agriculture One of the Most Dangerous Sectors  [25.08.2017]

Ryan Bickham
According to the Health and Safety Executive (‘HSE’) each year in the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing sector around 4% of workers suffer from an illness they believe to be work-related and 4% of workers sustain a work-related injury.  ...
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