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11Jun2021
With over 130,000 drones in the UK, are you flying in compliance with the law?

With over 130,000 drones in the UK, are you flying in compliance with the law?

Drone operators should be aware and responsible as a number of criminal and civil offences are linked to drone usage.

11Jun2021
Philosophical Belief Discrimination and Gender Critical Views

Philosophical Belief Discrimination and Gender Critical Views

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has published its decision in the case of Forstater v CGD Europe & ors.

10Jun2021
Is socialising while off sick from work a sackable offence?

Is socialising while off sick from work a sackable offence?

Employee made redundant after seen socialising while off work through illness, has won his case at an employment tribunal.

02Jun2021
New legislation on the horizon for unauthorised encampments

New legislation on the horizon for unauthorised encampments

There is new legislation on the horizon for unauthorised encampments but will this herald a new dawn?

28May2021
Forged wills: who has the burden of proof?

Forged wills: who has the burden of proof?

When there is an allegation that a will has been forged, who has the burden of proof?

28May2021
Hospitality sector calls for ‘coronavirus recovery visa’

Hospitality sector calls for ‘coronavirus recovery visa’

Hospitality leaders are urging the government to introduce a ‘coronavirus recovery visa’ to encourage international workers to return to the

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