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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.
Secretary of State speech at CLA conference highlights ELM funding details
On 2 December 2021, Environment Secretary George Eustice set out his vision for farming, pointing out the importance of the food industry to the government’s levelling-up agenda.
The World’s Worst Customer And An Employment Tribunal
The Case Of The World’s Worst Customer And An Employment Tribunal
Autumn 2021 Tax Day: Consultation On Amended SDLT Rules For Mixed-Use Property & Multiple Dwellings Relief
HMRC has proposed amending the way in which SDLT is calculated on mixed-use property so that an apportionment method applies with the residential SDLT rates applying to the residential portion of the acquired property and the non-residential SDLT rates applying to the non-residential portion.
Making Sure No One Is Left Behind
The third of December marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The day promotes inclusion ensuring that nobody is left behind, recognising that people who live with disabilities are amongst the most affected populations following the COVID pandemic.
Property Payment Diversion Fraud – How To Protect Yourself.
Criminals have always been attracted by the large sums of money involved in property transactions. Sometimes described as ‘Friday afternoon fraud’, conveyancers and their clients have often been targeted during these busy periods, as perpetuators know this is typically a time for a higher volume of property transactions to take place.