Valid Section 21 Notices & Gas Safety Certificates

Good news for landlords in the measured and realistic judgment handed down by the Court of Appeal on 18th June 2020 in the case of Trecarrell House Ltd v Patricia...


Can I Be Sued From A Retweet?

When going through your Twitter feed you will often find yourself retweeting a couple of Tweets which particularly resonate with you. The action of retweeting something is so simple it...


Coronavirus – Why Businesses Considering Making Redundancies Should Start Planning Now

With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) set to change at the beginning of August, waves of redundancies are forecast to take place over the coming months, meaning it is...


Coronavirus & Redundancies – What Are My Rights?

With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) set to change at the beginning of August, waves of redundancies are forecast to take place over the coming months, meaning it is...


Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) – What Can & Can’t Employees Do Whilst Furloughed?

Under the original rules of furlough and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), it is clear that, prior to 1st July 2020, in order to be eligible to be claimed...


Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Investing 

There is no doubt individuals are becoming more focused on wider issues in society, like, climate change, pollution and the social impact actions can have on people and communities. This...


Continuing Obligation To Disclose Adverse Documents

Castle Water Ltd v Thames Water Utilities Ltd [2020] EWHC 1374 (TCC) On 1st January 2019, a pilot scheme for disclosure was introduced in the Business and Property Courts. This...


Updated Workplace Guidance On NHS Test & Trace Scheme

The Government has today updated its workplace guidance on the NHS test and trace scheme. Responsibilities for employers The guidance stresses the responsibilities of employers to keep workplaces as safe...


Further Details Released Regarding Changes To Furlough Scheme

On Friday 12th June, the Government published more detail about the changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). The key principles of the furlough scheme from 1st July: Employers...


Employment Tribunal Fees May Be Reinstated

According to The Times today, the Ministry of Justice has written to the Law Commission inviting: “recommendations for creating a coherent system for charging and updating fees in the future”....


EAT Hears Vicar’s Claims That He Was Dismissed Due To The Breakdown Of His Marriage

In the case of The Reverend Jonathan Gould v St John’s Downshire Hill: UKEAT/0002/20/BA, an Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) had to consider whether a dismissed vicar had been discriminated against...


Forfeiture, A Hammer & A Home…

We have discussed in previous blogs, the rules in the UK on forfeiture under the Forfeiture Act 1982. In summary, that statute prevents a person that has killed another from...


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