Opinion and insight from our HR and legal experts
The latest blogs from experts in our HR, employment law, dispute resolution and medical negligence teams. Your shares, comments and feedback are very welcome.
Dispute Resolution solicitor George Farrer explains statutory demands: what they are, when to serve them and what happens if you receive one.
Published Friday 30th November 2018
Redundancy and suitable alternative employment: what you need to know (video)
If you are an employer dealing with a redundancy situation, one of the issues you need to consider is suitable alternative employment.
Published Friday 23rd November 2018
Spinal cord injuries: Bringing a claim
Stacy Williams provides a detailed explanation of the structure of the spinal cord, the effects of a spinal cord injury and bringing a claim for a spinal cord injury.
Published Friday 16th November 2018
Overage: over and above the purchase price
An overage agreement can be a very useful way of protecting against potential losses when selling land; Megan Richardson explains the main things to consider before implementing an agreement.
Published Friday 9th November 2018
Should we settle an employment tribunal claim?
Solicitor Anna Lovett explains the different aspects for an employer to consider when deciding whether to settle an employment tribunal claim.
Published Friday 2nd November 2018
Six costs to consider before leasing a business premises
Commercial property solicitor Abigail Clucas gives an overview of six costs to consider before leasing a business premises.
Published Friday 26th October 2018
A 5-minute introduction to easements
Residential Conveyancing Paralegal Natalie Clifford explains how easements can restrict a landowners development plans.
Published Friday 19th October 2018
Adoption leave and adoption pay
Sinead McCracken gives an overview of the employments rights of someone who is adopting a child.
Published Friday 12th October 2018
Parental responsibility and the law: a focus on lesbian relationships
Family Law Solicitor Emma Armstrong explains who has parental responsibility for a child with same-sex parents.
Published Friday 5th October 2018
Shareholders’ agreements: why every new business should consider one
When running a company with more than one shareholder, it makes good business-sense to take the time to draft a shareholders’ agreement with your fellow shareholders.
Published Friday 28th September 2018
Family law in the movies: Kramer vs Kramer
Relationship breakdown is an emotionally charged subject: a favourite of producers unable to resist a dramatic storyline. Family law Solicitor Zoë Tremeer-Holme looks at a famous example: ‘Kramer vs Kramer’.
Published Friday 21st September 2018
Workplace mediation: resolving conflict at work
HR Consultant Eleanor Morland explains workplace mediation: an increasingly popular approach used by businesses to resolve workplace disputes.
Published Friday 14th September 2018