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Research reveals that more than half of UK parents have not made a will_

Kate Sutherland, 16th November 2017

A recent survey has revealed that more than half of UK parents with children under 18 have not made a will.

Blackpool FC case provides food for thought on the implications of unfair prejudicial conduct_

Stephen Taylor, 13th November 2017

The recently reported case serves as a very useful reminder of what sorts of behaviours can constitute unfair prejudicial conduct.

Uber fails to overturn the ‘monumental victory’ for its drivers_

Jessica Hancock, 10th November 2017

Last year, the private hire app, Uber, was taken to the London Employment Tribunal over the issue of employee's rights.

New Courts and Tribunal Service Centre to be based in Stoke on Trent_

Laura Franklin, 10th November 2017

New Courts and Tribunals Service Centre to be based in Stoke on Trent

Are you eligible for a tribunal fee refund?_

Laura Franklin, 2nd November 2017

Employment tribunal fees have been declared unlawful, but how do you know whether you’re eligible to claim a tribunal fee refund?

Employment tribunal refund process begins_

Laura Franklin, 1st November 2017

The government has now started the first stage of a phased implementation scheme, which will see up to 1,000 people contacted and given the chance to apply for a refund.

Living together and the law_

Sarah Johnson, 25th October 2017

People who live together, rather than marrying, often make the mistake of thinking they have the same rights as married couples.

Key things that you should know about GDPR_

Steven Brunt, 23rd October 2017

With the General Data Protection Regulation set to come into force next May, we thought we’d break this topic down into some of the key things that you should know about GDPR.

Could text message wills become the norm?_

Sarah Mellor, 19th October 2017

A recent case during which an Australian court accepted a draft text message as a legitimate will, puts in the spotlight again the issue of whether the law around wills should be relaxed.

Pre-nuptial agreements: Not just for Hollywood stars_

Sarah Johnson, 12th October 2017

Pre-nuptial agreements might sound like the preserve of Hollywood A-listers but they are becoming increasingly common in the UK.

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