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Amending Building Regulations & New Approved Document Require Electric Vehicle Charge Points in New Buildings
The Building Regulations etc (Amendment) (England) (No 2) Regulations 2021 (SI 2021/1392) were laid before…
After a miscarriage – Time to reflect and grieve
Angela Crawley (SNP MP) has renewed her call for the UK to implement a minimum three day period of paid leave for women who face this distressing situation, saying “miscarriage should be recognised as ‘a loss, not an illness”
Factors considered when instructing a lawyer
Aside from professional service and costs, which factors are most important to people when instructing a lawyer?
Less Of A Saga For Employees At The Insurance Firm
The travel and insurance company Saga has announced that its employees will be given one week’s paid leave to enjoy and commemorate the birth of their grandchild.
What A Difference A Year Makes!
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from all at Wilson Browne Solicitors.
Hey! Teachers! Leave the kids alone!
In this article, we dissect the recent case involving a longstanding university lecturer and the tale of her terminated employment.
A New Kind of Benefit for Pet Parents?
You may have seen the news around the renewed debate over whether companies should offer leave for new pet owners, often referred to as “Pawternity”. But what exactly is this?
New Land Registry Fees to come in from 31st January 2022
From 31st January 2022, some of HM Land Registry’s land registration fees will increase.
Firing By Zoom? – Head of Employment Jennie Jahina Gives Her View
Following the recent news that a US boss has fired 900 employees over Zoom, Head of Employment Jennie Jahina gives her view.
Managing Workplace Conflicts Following Vaccinations
Our Employment Law team discuss what you should have in place to minimise conflicts arising from vaccinations.