Blogs, News and Articles
Whether you are interested in the articles that we have prepared for our clients and contacts and/or had published in national, professional or specialist trade media, our news releases about developments at the firm or at our clients or a less formal perspective on events from our blogs, the information is here. You might also take a look at our publications section. For further information, please contact Cheryl Sturdy or John North.
The UK lags behind key European rivals such as Poland, France and Romania when it comes to managing sickness absence Continue reading
IBA lawyers on the run in Boston: An international community bonded in Boston over their love of running; sharing experiences of the Conference, cases and races
It’s not often you find yourself on a work trip chasing after a group of lawyers clad in glistening lycra –but that was a daily occurrence Continue reading
There are a million more people are in work compared to early 2010 according to figures released in October by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have highlighted a surge in the number of “silver” divorces. Continue reading
Recent research has revealed that almost 70% of forty year olds do not have a will. Continue reading
Changes to the regulation of consumer credit are just around the corner with news that the responsibility for consumer credit regulation is to be moved from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on 1 April 2014. Continue reading
From September, employers will be able to offer their staff a new kind of employment contract. Continue reading
Businesses have been given more flexibility in how they manage first aid provision in the workplace following a change in health and safety regulations. Continue reading
As the government continues to find ways to tackle the UK’s unemployment issues, it has been reported that employers have been finding increasing benefits by using zero-hour contracts for their employees. Continue reading