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Date: 22 Jan 2015

Moving on – divorce after 50

The number of people over 50 who are divorcing continues to rise.

Date: 16 Jan 2015

How to reduce sickness absence at work

The average British worker takes 4.4 days’ sickness absence every year and last year

Date: 18 Dec 2014

The holiday pay merry-go-round

Following a recent landmark case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), when workers won the right to include regular overtime in holiday pay. 

Date: 15 Dec 2014

Family planning – the business way

Statistics show that there are now around 2.42 million first generation family-owned businesses in the UK – the highest number since 2008

Date: 12 Dec 2014

Happy ever after? How a tenancy agreement should be a fulfilling and lasting relationship

A tenancy agreement is a vital part of business. Property partner Michael Larcombe, explains how to ensure a fulfilling and lasting relationship from the start.

Date: 11 Dec 2014

Is your claim in with a chance?

Can you claim through the courts for a lost opportunity? Simon Carroll, associate in the litigation and dispute resolution team, looks at what the courts...

Date: 10 Dec 2014

New intestacy rules are a timely reminder to make a will

When it comes to new year resolutions, near the top of your list should be a commitment to making a will. Paul Lowery, partner in...

Date: 10 Dec 2014

New year, new beginnings?

While some of these may be learning a new skill or joining a gym, other new year resolutions may be life changing. If so, then...

Date: 09 Dec 2014

Changes to Immigration Rules

A series of amendments to the Immigration Rules took effect in July. Here, our top ranked business immigration team highlights just some of the key...

Date: 08 Dec 2014

New tenancy checks trialled for landlords

If you’re a private landlord or managing agent, then you need to be aware that new legislation is now being trialled in the West Midlands...