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Date: 18 Dec 2014

BYOD: How to switch off this Christmas

With employees increasingly using their personal mobile phones for business calls, employers must consider the legal implications of today's "always on" environment more than ever.

Date: 18 Dec 2014

Surveyors hope for stamp duty ‘boost’

Changes to the stamp duty laws could boost the housing market by up to 5%

Date: 17 Dec 2014

Questions raised over zero-hours pay rates

The typical zero-hours worker gets paid well under half the amount which is earned by permanent employees, a new study suggests.

Date: 16 Dec 2014

Staying festive on Facebook this Christmas

The Crown Office recently set out new guidelines as to whether or not inappropriate content posted on social media should be treated as a crime.

Date: 15 Dec 2014

B P Collins to expand its management team

Leading Buckinghamshire law firm B P Collins LLP announces that chief executive Karl Wingfield is stepping down and leaving the firm on 18 December.

Date: 15 Dec 2014

A valid will is the best Christmas present for your family

A will drafted by a solicitor is the best Christmas gift for your loved ones

Date: 15 Dec 2014

New ‘milestone’ for auto-enrolment reforms

Five million employees now have workplace pensions thanks to the automatic enrolment reforms, the Government has announced.

Date: 12 Dec 2014

Fundraising dinner makes the sparks fly for Epilepsy Society

A glamorous fundraising dinner and the chance of a peek preview of hot new film Electricity (released today) has raised thousands of pounds for Epilepsy...

Date: 12 Dec 2014

Gregg was great for Scannappeal

Masterchef presenter Gregg Wallace was a wow at Sytner High Wycombe recently, simultaneously cooking and talking about his life and all the ups and downs,...

Date: 11 Dec 2014

Charity warning ahead of Christmas

Members of the public have been urged to avoid unregulated charities ahead of the busy festive periodv