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  • 29 July 2016

    Do you know where your statutory registers are?

    The introduction of the PSC register earlier this year has resulted in many companies asking the question: "Where are our statutory registers?" Read more

  • 29 July 2016

    Fixed Costs and Part 36 Offers

    One of the more recently posed questions in relation to Part 36 offers is, in cases where costs are fixed by section IIIA of Part 45 of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), can costs, in excess of those that are fixed, be recovered by making or accepting a Part 36 offer? Read more

  • 29 July 2016

    Selective Distribution: The ban on Amazon and eBay, all change?

    In our article last year, "Competition Law: Can I stop my goods from being resold on websites such as Amazon or eBay?" we explained that, if correctly established, a selective distribution system can enable the supplier to prevent its distributors from using sites such as Amazon and eBay. Read more

  • 1 July 2016

    What an executor needs to know when selling the deceased’s home

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  • 17 June 2016

    John-Charles v NHS Business Services Authority UKEAT/0105/15

    In the absence of gross misconduct, the dismissal of an employee for a first offence is likely to be unfair if they have not previously received any warnings. This is an established principle of employment law. However, as John-Charles v NHS Business Services Authority UKEAT/0105/15 demonstrates, adequately informing the employee of the reasons for the outcome can often be just as important as the outcome itself. Read more

  • 17 June 2016

    Nayak v Royal Mail Group Otd UKEAT/0011/15

    In Nayak v Royal Mail Ltd UKEATS/0011/15, the EAT upheld an employment tribunal's conclusion that an employer's genuine and reasonable belief that an employee was no longer entitled to work in the UK was sufficient to show that a subsequent dismissal was for some other substantial reason. They also held that the dismissal was both substantively and procedurally fair. Read more

  • 17 June 2016

    Pendleton v Derbyshire County Council

    In Pendleton v Derbyshire County Council, the EAT considered a tribunal's approach to the identification of a provision, criterion or practice, group disadvantage and justification in a claim for indirect discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief. In particular, what level of repetition, if any, is required to establish a practice. Read more

  • 13 June 2016

    Ex-wife receives £300,000 settlement 20 years after divorce

    Kathleen Wyatt, the ex-wife of Dale Vince, has succeeded in securing a lump sum payment of £300,000 almost 20 years after the couple divorced. Mr Vince is the founder of the wind-power firm, Ecotricity and he is reported to have a net worth of £107,000,000. Read more

  • 24 May 2016

    Can you keep your home after a divorce?

    A big concern for many divorcing couples is whether or not one of the parties is able to retain the family home after the financial aspects of the divorce have been dealt with. Read more

  • 17 May 2016

    Putting your affairs in order: from PETs to LPAs

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