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In July 2013, the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order introduced...
Disputes between neighbours can blight the lives of all concerned and it is always wise to seek...
A Pentecostal Christian has failed to persuade the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) that the...
The complexity and length of the tendering process for government contracts has for many years...
With an increasingly peripatetic workforce, more and more people are finding that the issue of...
Employers are not currently required to give paid leave to grieving parents. Section 57A(1) of the...
It has been revealed that the widely reported case last March in which a wife was not granted a...
Although a worryingly high proportion of the population never make a will, a fairly large number...
The United Kingdom has very favourable Inheritance Tax (IHT) treatment for the owners of business...
Giving away your assets to the next generation before your death can be an effective means of...