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Protected conversations - the EAT rules the existence and content of discussions are not admissible
In July 2013 a new provision, s111A, was inserted into the Employment Rights Act.
Over to Rio
Following the regeneration for London 2012, E20 has become London's newest, and some might say, most desirable postcode.
Telecoms Code: what price for a rooftop?
Reforms on the horizon for the Electronic Communications Code
The Brexit blog - Uncertainty and opportunity
Unique circumstances also present considerable opportunities for informed investors, in particular, overseas investors.
Implementation of MAR
The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) came into force on 3 July.
Supreme Court holds that mistreatment on the basis of a particular immigration status does not amount to race discrimination
The particular immigration status of an individual can have the effect of perpetuating vulnerability in a working environment.
Proposals to extend self-certification to 14 days - a skiver's charter?
New recommendations from Medical professionals addresses concerns over GP’s workloads.
Brexit: What are the implications for private clients?
Much ink has already been spilled on the subject of what Brexit is likely to mean for the UK economy and businesses in various sectors.
Non-dom reforms: What can you do now?
In his Budget speech in July 2015, the Chancellor announced the abolition of “permanent” non-domiciled status with effect from 6 April 2017.