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How can a settlement offer be made from an employer to an employee? - June 26, 2018

Contrary to popular belief, settlement agreements are not a one-way street in favour of employers. In fact, employees who are unhappy in their job are perfectly within their rights to approach employers on a ‘without prejudice’ basis to determine whether

Danger of unmarried couples not having an up-to-date will - April 6, 2018

The Law Society has recently warned about the risk to cohabitees if either partner dies without having made a will. In these circumstances, the deceased’s assets are likely to go to their children, estranged wives or husbands or, in the

Take up of shared parental leave understated - February 9, 2018

Recent press reports have claimed the take-up of shared parental leave by new parents could be as low as one per cent. But it turns out this is not the whole story. The figure given in the press was based

Here to guide you through uncertain times - January 14, 2018

As the UK begins the process of leaving the EU – regardless how they voted – many will be wondering what the future holds. The future for the post-Brexit UK will very much depend on how the negotiations around the

Privacy and injunction cases double - July 9, 2017

Privacy and injunction cases brought before the courts in England and Wales have doubled over the last five years. The rate at which privacy cases are coming before judges has accelerated to one per week. A fifth of these cases

Acas Conciliation has helped to prevent seven out of ten potential court hearings, according to new research - June 11, 2017

Acas has published a new independent study that shows how its revitalised conciliation service has managed to reduce the number of employment tribunal hearings conducted in the UK. The figures are partly a result of changes to the law in

Single parents deserve same surrogacy rights as couples, says the President of the High Court Family Division - May 10, 2017

A formal declaration has been made by Sir James Munby, President of the High Court Family Division, which state that UK law discriminates against single parents with children born through surrogacy and is incompatible with their human rights. His declaration

Join us in opposing the proposed changes to personal injury - December 3, 2015

During the latest Autumn Statement the Chancellor George Osborne announced new proposals that will see remove the right to general damages for minor soft tissue injuries and increase the small claims limit from £1,000 to £5,000. This move will severely

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