Knowledge Hub | Legal articles

OR

Showing page 34 of 42

Long-term sickness leave and accrued holiday pay

16 October 2013

Long-term sickness leave and accrued holiday pay

EU case law has established that an employee on long-term...

Collective redundancies and TULRCA – the duty to consult

15 October 2013

Collective redundancies and TULRCA – the duty to consult

Under Section 188 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations...

“Custom and practice” - reminder that not every contractual term need be in writing

14 October 2013

New guidance for charity trustees

11 October 2013

New guidance for charity trustees

If you are a charity trustee, you may well be...

Evicting a tenant

03 October 2013

Evicting a tenant

Evicting a tenant is something that most residential landlords will...

Contractual interpretation: literal interpretation or just business common sense?

26 September 2013

Contractual interpretation: literal interpretation or just business common sense?

Contractual disputes can often boil down to differing interpretations of...

Late payments or non-payments can be highly detrimental to an SME

23 September 2013

Late payments or non-payments can be highly detrimental to an SME

More than one million SME’s face late payments with a...

Off the clock - Moving the relationship from transactional to trusted

11 September 2013

Off the clock - Moving the relationship from transactional to trusted

Attitudes to providers of legal services have changed radically

The recovery is here!

10 September 2013

The recovery is here!

What two things should leaders be doing right now?

About cookies on our website

Our Site uses cookies to improve your experience of certain areas of the Site and to allow the use of specific functionality, such as social media page sharing. You may delete and block all cookies from this Site, but as a result, parts of the Site may not work as intended.

To find out more about our cookies policy, please visit here.

Click on the button below to accept the use of cookies on this Site (this will prevent the dialogue box from appearing on future visits).