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  • 23 February 2017

    The enforceability of mobility clauses in contracts of employment

    K is an engineering, technology and services company focusing on work in the oil and gas industry. They previously had two offices that employees worked out of; Greenford and Leatherhead. The claimants, F and E, worked out of the Greenford office for the duration of their employment. Read more

  • 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. Read more

  • 3 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. Read more

  • 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. Read more

  • 3 February 2017

    Sky Successfully Defends Itself Against Allegations of Copying

    In the recent case the Court of Appeal ruled ruling that Sky Broadcasting had not misused confidential information relating to the format of a television talent show. Read more

  • 31 January 2017

    Nigel Lubbock celebrates 40 years at Steeles Law

    Tuesday 31 January 2017 marks an auspicious date in the calendar of local Solicitor and Notary Public Nigel Lubbock, who celebrates 40 years of service at Steeles Law. Read more

  • 16 January 2017

    The top 10 considerations when making a will

    Worried about making a will? Karen Bacon offers tips on what to bear in mind. Read more

  • 3 January 2017

    Is “divorce day” a myth?

    Every year, at the beginning of January, the media headlines regurgitate the same report that it is the "peak time of year" for divorce and the subject receives a huge amount of media coverage. Emma Alfieri from our family team reports. Read more

  • 16 December 2016

    A question of capacity

    At Steeles Law, we regularly advise our clients on the importance of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and have a team of skilled lawyers on hand to guide our clients through the process of preparation, execution and registration of these documents. Read more

  • 12 December 2016

    The Need for Caution when Exercising Break Rights

    In this period of economic uncertainty, an increasing number of Tenants will exercise break rights within their commercial leases and in this weak market, Landlords will challenge defective notices, or compliance with break conditions wherever possible. Whilst the costs savings for businesses in exiting commercial leases could be significant, so too can the risks involved. Failure to serve a valid break notice could result in a business remaining liable and tied into the property with long-term and unwanted commitments. Read more