Laura Franklin, 21st September 2017
Mark Sampson’s sacking as England Women’s manager raises a number of interesting questions around an employer’s response to allegations of professional misconduct.
Sarah Mellor, 19th September 2017
In honour of World Alzheimer’s Day, we tackle one of the main misconceptions about dementia - that it is a natural part of aging.
Sarah Johnson, 13th September 2017
School holidays can be a real problem for parents who have separated. Having agreements in place creates clarity and helps to nip issues in the bud.
Waseem Ahmed, 7th September 2017
Many landlords are issuing incorrect section 21 notices, leading to increased costs, delayed proceedings and potential loss of rental income.
Andrew Turnock, 31st August 2017
It is possible to accumulate points quickly especially if you do a lot of driving for work.
Laura Franklin, 24th August 2017
Settlement Agreements have become a well-known option for employers and employees to resolve their difference without worry of future claims, in return for a payment of some compensation.
Laura Franklin, 21st August 2017
An area of employment that can cause a headache for managers and staff alike is the required notice period for termination (resignation).
Sarah Jones, 14th August 2017
If you have a lives periodical payment order, this means that maintenance is payable until the death of either you or your ex-husband ..