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Shropshire Maternity Units – Potentially UK’s Biggest Ever Maternity Scandal
An enquiry into the high level of deaths and concerns about maternity units in Shrewsbury…
Severing Restrictive Covenants in Employment Contracts
Restrictive covenants, a clause in a contract that restricts an employee from certain activities once they leave an employer, have been used extensively in employment contracts.
Employee Ownership – What’s the Attraction?
There is a growing movement towards employee ownership as a business model which also has incentives for business owners but what are the benefits?
It’s sNOw joke? Do your HR policies guard against extreme weather conditions?
How should employers manage absences or lateness due to adverse weather conditions?
Cohabitation Awareness Week
This week is Cohabitation Awareness week which takes place from 25 to 29 November 2019. There is a lot of mythology and misinformation regarding cohabitation and ‘common law’ status: we aim to cut through the myths and get to the facts.
Appropriation of Assets “To Appropriate or Not”
If a person is entitled to a legacy under a Will, it could be that…
Interim Project Accountant – Based in Northampton
We are currently looking for an interim Systems Project Accountant for a period of up to 4 months. The successful candidate will be a part or fully qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) with an accomplished background of management/financial accounting and implementing new finance systems.
Time is running out…
First time buyers, you need to act quickly. After 30th November 2019 you will no longer be able to apply for a Help to Buy ISA.
Rain, rain rain appears to be the story for this Autumn, it is never ending!
Flooding affects not only older properties known to be at risk of flooding but also many new build properties. Due to a shortage of housing and space it has been necessary for planners to consider applications from developers to build on known flood plains, some of which have been successful.
Agreement for Lease: Landlord’s Obligation to Grant Lease not Personal so Tenant Liable to take Lease from Landlord’s Successor (High Court)
The High Court (Kelyn Bacon QC) has held that a tenant (Bella) had not validly terminated an agreement for lease (agreement) and was liable to complete the lease with the new freehold owner (Ropemaker).