Spring is in the air... Or rather - it should be!!
Legal Q & A comment as featured in Personnel Today.
To answer the question posed above I looked at the website of the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA). Arbitration is described as a form of dispute resolution where the parties enter into an agreement in which they appoint a suitably qualified p…
As trading conditions remain tough, many employers choose to offer enhanced payments to redundant employees – providing a more comfortable send off and minimising the risk of later receiving Employment Tribunal claims.
In the case of Rossetti Marketing Limited & Another v Diamond Sofa Company Limited  EWCA Civ 1021, the Court of Appeal discussed some important questions affecting commercial agents and their principals, as well as other agents.
Everyone is talking about it - the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill. The Bill will be read and voted on in the Commons tomorrow, and if the vote is a “yes” the legislative process will start to enable same sex couples to marry in civil cer…
Following on from my Blog on 12 November 2012 titled “Shared Parenting Presumption – clarification or confusion”, the debate is still continuing.
A briefing note relating to the recent judgment in UsedSoft GmbH v Oracle International Corp and, in particular, the effect of the case on the exhaustion of rights in software.
The Children’s Minister has announced the Government’s intention to amend Section 1 of the Children Act 1989.
I have just taken part in a radio interview for Radio Aire on 18th October 2012. You may have heard it?
We are always interested, as family lawyers, to hear the news in our specific area and the latest news was regarding the Co-Op and their divorce for £99.00!
Victoria Clark, associate in employment law at Clarion, explains why it is sometimes difficult to follow a fair procedure when assessing candidates for redundancy.