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25 Apr, 2017

Employers’ Duty of Care for Employees Travelling Abroad

An increasing number of employees travel abroad for work. It is widely known that employers owe a duty of care to their employees; however, does this duty extend to ensuring safe travel for business trips abroad?

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21 Apr, 2017

How Gwyneth Paltrow Can Help Value a Personal Injury Claim

“What can I claim for?” is one of the first questions a client will ask when we start a claim for them.

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13 Apr, 2017

Taking the Security of Data Seriously

Last month saw the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) take enforcement action against two separate parties who failed to meet their obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and adequately safeguard the personal data they held.

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13 Apr, 2017

The Damned United?

How brand management can go wrong!

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12 Apr, 2017

Who Would Volunteer These Days?

More specifically, who would be a volunteer at a children's club or an organisation like The Scouts?

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12 Apr, 2017

Annual Leave Requests and Religious Observance – Handle with Care

Easter is almost upon us which signals a long weekend for most.

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10 Apr, 2017

What Is The New Residence Nil Rate Band?

As George Osborne started his sixth job as a newspaper editor last week, his much anticipated ‘Residence Nil Rate Band' from his previous job as Chancellor of the Exchequer came into force.

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10 Apr, 2017

Changes to Off-Payroll Working in the Public Sector

In light of the Government’s commitment to reducing the tax gap arising from off-payroll working arrangements, there are new rules for off payroll working in the public sector.

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05 Apr, 2017

Unhappy marriage not grounds for Divorce.

The recent highly publicised English appeal case of Owens v Owens has created a media frenzy. Mrs Owens remains trapped in a loveless marriage and how awful of the judge for not granting a divorce.

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05 Apr, 2017

When is Private Parking Fine?

“Don’t worry it was a private car park they cannot enforce a parking ticket, just bin it!”

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