Best Legal Firm 2017 It’s a good job we moved to larger offices last year as we’re going need a bigger cabinet for all our awards… In case you haven’t heard yet (you will be in the minority if you haven’t as we’ve been shouting about it loudly and proudly!), we are absolutely over the […]Read more
With the Gender Pay Gap Regulations due to come into force on 6 April 2017, is your business prepared to meet its reporting obligations?
Summary From 6th April 2017 private and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more employees are required to publish Gender Pay Gap Information. Gender Pay Gap Information is based on calculations relating to pay, which can change each year and which are designed to reveal the pay gap between your male and female employees. The […]Read more
The second in our series of articles on clauses in commercial leases: alterations clauses; how to change your position for the better.Read more
With supply chain protection issues hitting the headlines, we’ve been helping our clients to adhere to best practice. News about this, about where we’ve featured ourselves in the media, and about how to express an interest in attending our series of seminars on Business Protection.Read more
Why the Modern Slavery Act 2015 should be one component (of the many components) in your supply chain audit
Weak links in your supply chain? Why Modern Slavery is a good place to start.Read more
Football sex abuse scandal: buying silence/agreeing to a confidentiality clause; where are the lines?
Confidentiality clauses: where are the lines drawn and can some clauses be “off-side”?Read more
The first in our series of articles on clauses in commercial leases; an illuminating look at decorating and repair clauses.Read more
Should businesses operating in the gig economy be checking that all staff have the relevant right to work in the UK (particularly given the recent bike courier case which suggests the Courts are still pedalling in the direction steered by the Employment Appeals Tribunal in Uber)?Read more