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10

Jul 2019

Was an employer liable for their employees sharing of a racially offensive image on Facebook?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) has held in the recent case of Forbes v LHR Airport Ltd that the employer was not.

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31

May 2019

Making a will after a second or subsequent marriage

Without a valid will that says otherwise, your spouse may inherit most if not all of your assets on your death and any children you have from previous marriages could be left with little or nothing.  This is why more and more cases are being brought before the courts by children who have not been provided for under the will of a parent.

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29

May 2019

Holidays and holiday pay: What employers need to know

While the right to 28 days’ paid holiday was a welcome addition to workers’ rights, employers have been less enthusiastic about the complicated development of the rules, particularly if staff work irregular hours or their pay packets include commission or bonus payments.

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29

May 2019

Can we help you get your business out of financial trouble?

All businesses have times during which receipts of income slow down, suppliers do not deliver, and customers close or go to a competitor.  While it is a necessary business skill to be able to take the rough with the smooth and concentrate on how to counteract unforeseen events, would you be able to spot the signs that your business is in financial trouble?

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29

May 2019

Getting vacant possession for redevelopment

Where a business tenant has the protection of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, the landlord’s ability to get vacant possession of the property is limited.

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