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Collateral warranties
In our experience, the purpose of a collateral warranty is often misunderstood. In this article, we explain the purpose of a collateral warranty and some
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Personal licence holder update 2018: Renewal of personal licences in Scotland
The personal licence renewal process: As you may already be aware, personal licence holders who obtained their personal licences in 2009 will need to have
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Preparing for the World Cup: A guide for employers
The World Cup is a major sporting event for many employees who want to follow their favourite football team. Employers should ensure that they have
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Facilities Time Reporting
In April 2017, new regulations regarding the publishing of information about the time that is taken off by union officials under certain circumstances came in
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Reasonable financial provision: the Lewis v Warner case
The Court of Appeal delivered its first judgment in a case brought by a cohabitee under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
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What you need to know about discrimination arising from disability
Quite often, employers think that in order for discrimination to occur, the discriminatory treatment must be overtly obvious.  For instance, in a case of disability
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Clean breaks & commercial leases: Considerations for tenants wishing to exercise a break option
In today’s challenging economic climate, an ever-increasing number of commercial tenants are seeking ways to end their leases. One way in which a tenant may
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Dismissal without notice was fair despite no single act of gross misconduct
In the recent case of Mbubaegbu v Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) agreed with the Employment Tribunal that, in
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What is classed as sexual harassment and how to deal with it in the workplace
For most, the notion of sexual harassment is one which, in modern society, should have absolutely no place whatsoever. That said, sexual harassment in the
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Maximum stake on fixed odds betting terminals to be reduced to £2.00
It has been announced by the Government that the maximum stake on fixed odds betting terminals will be reduced to £2.00. Currently, people can bet
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