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The Gender Pay Gap, in the spotlight

Equal pay for men and women is one of the most talked about issues so far this year. Interest in this topic sored last month when the BBC found itself in a media storm, following the publication of salaries paid to its highest-earning talent. The report published by the BBC revealed that only one-third of its 96 top earners were women and the top seven were all men.

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Posted in: Employment Law

How to recover your debts the right way.

Has it just become even harder to make individual debtors pay up?

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Posted in: Corporate Recovery and Insolvency

Are you complying with UK immigration rules?

Make sure you know how to carry out a right to work check!

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Posted in: Immigration

Supreme court's ruling on tribunal fees: what you need to know!

You will have no doubt heard today that the Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful, following an ongoing legal battle with trade union UNISON.

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Posted in: Employment Tribunals

The great late payment debate

Getting paid on time can be a constant battle for businesses, large and small. It’s an all too common story and can cripple a small business.

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Posted in: Corporate Recovery and Insolvency

A guide to e-commerce: the do's and don'ts

You're probably aware of what e-commerce is and whether your business falls into this category. But what you might not know is which rules govern e-commerce websites and websites in general. It is important to have an understanding on what you need to do to abide by the various rules, and what happens if you don't comply!

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Posted in: Corporate / commercial updates

Supreme Court strikes again in latest ruling on teacher’s pay deductions

Here are ‘need to know’ details on the Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Hartley and others –v- Kind Edward VI College [2017] in respect of deductions from teachers’ pay whilst on strike.

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Posted in: Employment Law Education

Changes to the UK PSC Transparency Regime

The UK introduced its "persons with significant control" (PSC) regime on 6 April 2016 to improve corporate transparency and identify the true owners of UK companies.  For more information on the regime generally, you can see our earlier blog post here

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Posted in: Corporate / commercial updates

The law of the land: beginners guide to adverse possession.

Adverse possession is a principle of property law that applies to both residential and commercial property. It is the legal basis on which a person, who is not the legal owner of land, can become the legal owner by possessing the land for a specified period of time. Such a person is often referred to as a “squatter”, but in this blog is referred to as an “occupier”. The process is different for registered land and unregistered land. This blog deals with registered land as it is more common.

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Posted in: Commercial Property

Are your maternity policies due for a review?

 Employers - Do you offer enhanced maternity pay? What about enhanced shared parental pay?

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Posted in: Employment Law

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