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Cyber Security for Small Businesses

The government has published guidance on cyber security for small businesses. It explains what cyber security risks are and outlines how businesses can manage a ... Read more...

Constructive Dismissal: issues for businesses

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that a district nurse, who was summarily dismissed on capability grounds and then reinstated following a successfu ... Read more...

Default retirement age abolished

Are you prepared ? The default retirement age (DRA) will be abolished on 1 October 2011. Businesses will need to consider how the changes will affect their: Wo ... Read more...

The right to request time off work for training

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has just issued a Press Release announcing that the right to request time off for training is not going to be ... Read more...

O’Neill Patient tops CAL survey

Conveyancing Alliance Ltd has revealed the results of a survey regarding the quality of service available from its solicitor panel firms. The online conveyancin ... Read more...

Consumer remedies when buying goods

Recent OFT research indicates approximately 80% of businesses fail to adequately comply with laws on online shopping. Common breaches include unfair restriction ... Read more...

Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation upheld

Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation upheldThe Court of Appeal has held that refusing a homosexual couple a double bedded room in a bed and break ... Read more...

Dealing with Employee Grievances

The EAT has held that an employer did not victimise an employee when it dismissed her after she raised multiple, false grievances alleging discrimination. The d ... Read more...

Commercial Disputes: After the event insurance

After the event (ATE) insurance is a type of legal expenses insurance policy that provides cover for the legal costs incurred in the pursuit or defence of litig ... Read more...

Corporate Manslaughter Fines

Company fined £385,000 for corporate manslaughter Cotswold Geotechnical (Holdings) Ltd has been found guilty of corporate manslaughter and fined £385,000 in the ... Read more...

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