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Can I claim if I was cycling without lights?

At this time of year, the mornings and evenings are darker and the weather just that little bit more treacherous. Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution to exercise more and...

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What to do after a loved one dies

Losing a loved one can be not only emotionally difficult but stressful in terms of knowing what you need to do next regarding registering the death and sorting out any...

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Where do workers stand when it comes to TUPE?

We’ve all seen articles in the papers over recent months about the gig economy, namely cases involving Uber, Pimlico Plumbers and Deliveroo. These cases have highlighted that it’s not always...

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Court of Protection: What happens after foster care?

The Court of Protection released an interim judgement yesterday about the accommodation of a vulnerable young adult and how the Court will approach similar applications in future. The Court was...

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Top tips for managing stress at work

To coincide with National Stress Awareness Day, our HR Officer, Victoria Aslan, and Employment Law Partner, Samantha Castle, share their top tips for dealing with stress and how to spot...

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The risk of burn injuries from Halloween costumes

We’ve all seen the news reports that have come out in recent years about the horrific incidents whereby Halloween fancy dress costumes have caught fire and, in some cases, caused life-changing injuries....

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What is a Part 36 Offer?

A Part 36 Offer allows a party in a litigation matter to make a settlement offer before it reaches trial. If the offer is not accepted and the opposing party...

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What’s the difference between a Solicitor and a Barrister?

A Solicitor is a lawyer who advises clients on legal matters, draws up legal documents and represents clients in certain courts. They also sometimes instruct barristers to work with them...

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Are you considering the impact work has on your employees’ mental health?

According to research carried out by mental health charity, Mind, a culture of fear and silence around mental health is costly to employers, with more than one in five saying they have called in...

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References: to give or not to give?

As an employer, there is no legal duty to provide a reference for a former or current employee, however, there are certain exceptions. It’s mandatory for an employer to give...

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How do I change my child’s name?

You can change your child’s name at any time, as long as they’re under the age of 16. You don’t have to have a specific or valid reason for doing...

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Employment tribunals: are they overwhelmed?

Everyone expected an increase in employment tribunal applications after the Supreme Court case in 2017 ended fees. But what they forgot to factor in was that employment tribunals were already...

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