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Join Us For Business Netwalking – Now in Leicester!
Join Wilson Browne Solicitors and Fairstone Group Ltd for a #WednesdayWellbeingWalk held once a month in Leicestershire
Good For The Mind, Body & Soul – New Business Netwalking
Summer is just around the corner so don’t get stuck indoors. Netwalking is an informal way of breaking away from the desk and getting outdoors, doing some very light-touch networking in a relaxed atmosphere: it’s a bit of gentle exercise too, so great for the mind, the body and the soul.
Employment Tribunal Claims – It’s All In The Detail.
Are you considering bringing an Employment Tribunal Claim? If so, read this article and make sure you don’t miss an important step
The Queen’s Speech 2022 – Property Matters
At the State Opening of Parliament, which took place on 10 May 2022, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen, Prince Charles set out the government’s priorities and proposed policies for the next parliamentary session. There were a number of developments affecting the property sector, including the following matters.
Mental Health Week 2022
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week– an opportunity to raise awareness of issues surrounding…
Pre-Paid Probate Plans – Are They Too Good To Be True?
Have you ever heard of a pre-paid probate plan? Solicitor Kayleigh Brown investigates what they are and whether they are worth the money.
Law Training Centre Positions Itself For Growth With New Senior Appointments
Law Training Centre, one of the leading providers of recognised online lawyer, paralegal and post-qualification training for legal professionals in the UK, is positioning itself for continued growth with a number of key appointments to its board.
A New Era For Commercial Landlords
The Covid pandemic saw a raft of new legislation coming into effect curtailing a Landlord’s ability to forfeit, demand payment and take enforcement action within the protected period.
Injury to Feelings Claims in Employment Tribunal Cases
Employment Law Paralegal Hazel Taylor explains how these claims can be brought where a discrimination claim has been won.
Moratorium On Commercial Landlord Remedies Comes To An End
After 2 years, the moratorium on landlord remedies which affected commercial rent arrears recovery (CRAR) and forfeiture of lease finally came to an end on 25th March 2022. To many landlords, this will be most welcome news, as a vast amount will have tenants in arrears and perhaps need to take possession of their property.