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The latest blogs from experts in our HR, employment law, dispute resolution and medical negligence teams. Your shares, comments and feedback are very welcome.
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
Employment law – Knowing your rights and responsibilities
Sophie Allinson gives an overview of rights and responsibilities in an employment relationship.
Published Friday 7th September 2018
A guide to adjudication in construction contracts
George Farrer explains the process of adjudication, a means of remedy for those who find themselves in a dispute under a construction contract.
Published Friday 31st August 2018
Head injury: what you need to know
Serious brain injuries can take a lot of adjustment from the injured person and those around them. Stacy Williams explains the different effects that a head injury can cause.
Published Friday 24th August 2018
What is “reasonable” when considering reasonable adjustments?
Solicitor Anna Lovett explains what adjustments are classed as reasonable in Employment Law.
Published Friday 17th August 2018
Do I require planning permission for an extension to my home?
Thinking about building an extension to your home? Sharon Dunstan explains what to consider, as you may need planning permission for an extension.
Published Friday 10th August 2018
Emma Armstrong explains Grandparents’ rights and the legal options available to allow contact with grandchildren.
Published Friday 3rd August 2018
Q&A - Party Wall Act 1996
Rebecca Davidson explains the Party Wall Act 1996 and how it applies to walls, fences and buildings that share a boundary between two residential or commercial properties.
Published Friday 27th July 2018
The Residential Landlords Association – what are the benefits?
Natalie Clifford explains the benefits to joining the Residential Landlords Association.
Published Friday 20th July 2018