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Employment Law Winter and Festive Advice

Well as we near the end of another busy year those in Human Resources will know only too well that whilst it is a great time …

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Divorce Form E Calculation Error on MOJ Website

An investigation has commenced into reports of errors occurring on the Ministry of Justice website when calculating a couple’s …

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Can Osborne Cure Whiplash?

George Osborne in his Autumn Statement announced that the law is to be changed so that insurance companies dont have to pay …

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Landlord Tips 1:

New regulations require landlords to have at least one smoke alarm installed on every storey of their property and a carbon …

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Update on the UnitingCare Partnership LLP

The UnitingCare Partnership LLP has announced that it is ending its 5-year £800 Million contract for services to the …

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Simon Fincham raising money for Movember

Movember Madness

Simon Fincham, at Hunt & Coombs, raising money for Movember and supporting prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental …

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Failure to investigate an untrue allegation - can this constitute race discrimination?

Can failure to investigate an untrue allegation where an employee has not suffered a detriment constitute race discrimination?

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Proposed changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax from April 2016

Changes to the payment of Stamp Duty Land Tax from 1st April 2016 have been announced in the government’s Autumn Review on …

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Can a Tribunal hearing continue without an interpreter when one is requested?

In the recent case of Hak V St Christopher's Fellowship, the tribunal went ahead without an interpretor despite the claimant …

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The importance of honesty in matrimonial proceedings

Every matrimonial solicitor will continually stress to clients the need for full and frank financial disclosure when dealing with …

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