The lawyers at FSP need to keep up with frequent changes in the law. We try to cover all significant and interesting developments in our news and articles.
If you are looking for coverage on a particular topic, try the search tool at the top of the page. For example, if you search against "redundancy" you will find Ian Machray's quick guide to redundancy.
Just like selling your house, selling a business can be a stressful time. Harriet Morris, a trainee in our corporate team, highlights ten ways you can prepare your business for sale.
FSP have advised the founders of Property Information Exchange on a recent private equity investment.
Philippa Roles, head of tax at Field Seymour Parkes LLP, has assisted E-Cargobikes.com on its first round of investment raising.
Susan Wells looks at the European Commission’s recent notice as to how a “no deal” Brexit would affect EU trade marks.
Ian Machray considers an important Court of Appeal decision which has implications on how easy it is for employees to prove discrimination claims
David Clay reports on a European case which could trigger a new wave of holiday pay litigation by individuals claiming worker status.
David Clay discusses whether a faith school’s policy of segregating girls and boys amounts to direct discrimination.
Alexandra Scarfe explains a recent case in the European courts which considered whether a minimum height requirement was indirect sex discrimination.
Christian Meredith reports on the failed Uber appeal over the employment status of their drivers and the legal consequences.
Ian Machray explores whether dismissing an employee for failing to provide evidence of a right to work in the UK can be a fair decision.
The corporate team at Field Seymour Parkes has advised Phil Shaul and Sarah Hull on the sale of the entire share capital of City Lettings (Norwich) Limited, to Leaders, part of the Leaders Roman Group.
Christian Meredith explores the new Acas guidelines on improving mental health in the workplace.
Alexandra Scarfe reports on whether workers should be protected against dismissal from the moment they are pregnant.
Philippa Roles explains why businesses must ensure they have processes in place to prevent them being criminally liable for tax evasion.
Ian Machray reports on whether a dismissal can be unfair due to a disciplinary investigation being too thorough.
Total of 246 pages