Could someone be selling your commercial property right now? Property fraud is on the rise. We explain what we do – and what you can do – to protect you.Read more
On Wednesday 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court found that fees in the Employment Tribunal & Employment Appeal Tribunal prevented access to justice and are unlawful. Fees have immediately ceased to be payable for claims in the ET and appeals to the EAT. All fees paid since the fee regime was introduced in 2013 are to be reimbursed.Read more
Sarah gives recruitment businesses some top tips to help you get paid your permanent recruitment fees.Read more
From 6th April 2017 private and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more employees will be required to publish Gender Pay Gap Information. Are you ready?Read more
Key clauses in commercial leases, Part Three: Break Clauses.
The third in our series of articles on clauses in commercial leases: break clauses and ; how to ensure that yours is a lucky one!
The second in our series of articles on clauses in commercial leases: alterations clauses; how to change your position for the better.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