We Can Help You Prepare For The Changes Planned for April 2020!

From 6 April 2020, as part of the Good Work Plan, significant changes are planned to the requirement to provide employees with a written statement of the terms of their...


Employee Unfairly Dismissed For Sharing The Details Of A Confidential Document Left On An Office Printer

In the employment law case of Jagex Ltd v McCambridge, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) was asked to consider reductions in compensation where a Claimant has “contributed” to their dismissal...


Section 21 – Landlord Rights Explained

A consultation into the use of section 21 notices to evict fixed-term tenants is currently underway – but critics have claimed that scrapping the legislation altogether may leave 960,000 fewer...


The Privacy Claim Of The Century – Her Royal Highness Meghan Markle Vs. The Mail On Sunday

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has filed a High Court claim against the Mail on Sunday and its proprietors, Associated Newspapers, over the alleged: Misuse of her private information;...


Woodford Fund Compensation Claims

Questions are currently being asked of the platforms and financial advisers that recommended investment in the fund and whether they were acting in their customers’ best interests by doing so....


Application Of TUPE

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) provide protection and rights to “employees” who work for a business or on a contract that is transferred to another...


Judge Rules In Dispute Over The Ownership Of Solar Panels & Commercial Fish Pass Following Land Sale

The recent case of Borwick Development Solutions Limited v Clear Water Fisheries Limited has highlighted the importance of getting the detail right in a sale contract and ensuring that you...


Unjust Enrichment – Does What It Says On The Tin?

What is unjust enrichment? Unjust enrichment occurs when one person benefits financially at the expense of another in very particular circumstances. When it occurs, the law imposes an obligation on...


Deep Vein Thrombosis Negligence Claims

What is Deep Vein Thrombosis? Deep Vein Thrombosis, otherwise referred to as DVT or a Venous Thromboembolism (VTE), is a blood clot in a vein which usually occurs in the...


Limitation Laws Around Child Abuse Claims Must Be Changed

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) recently published its Accountability and Reparations Investigation Report, which examines how the systems of civil justice, criminal compensation and support services provide...


Cauda Equina Syndrome – An Overview

What is Cauda Equina Syndrome? The condition occurs when the nerve roots of the Cauda Equina are compressed. It is a medical emergency that requires prompt hospital treatment. Cauda Equina...


Protecting Benefits – Personal Injury Trusts

What is a Personal Injury Trust? A Personal Injury Trust is generally set up to prevent someone’s personal injury compensation affecting their entitlement to means tested state benefits or to...