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For better or for worse on Valentine’s Day

At this romantic time of year, many couples got that warm fuzzy feeling and decided to take their relationships to the next level by getting engaged.  Whether you've popped the question or said a teary-eyed yes, be sure to know how your legal rights will change after the big day.

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Published: 13 February 2017

The importance of establishing (and recording) contractual terms

The Court of Appeal has, by a majority decision with Lady Justice Arden dissenting, held that an implied term cannot fill a gap in an otherwise incomplete contract.

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Published: 3 February 2017

Wheelchair user wins equality case against bus company

After a long and arduous battle, Mr Doug Paulley has succeeded in his claim against FirstGroup Plc under the Equality Act 2010. On 18th January 2017 the final judgment was handed down in favour of Mr Paulley.

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Published: 3 February 2017

Can an employer rely on expired written warnings?

In Stratford v Auto Trail VR Ltd UKEAT/0116/16 the Employment Appeals Tribunal considered whether an employer taking account of a history of expired warnings meant that the employee’s dismissal was unfair.

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Published: 3 February 2017
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