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.
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Yvonne Dang summarises the forthcoming changes in probate fees.
Can you terminate an employee for a uniform policy breach?
Do promoted employees have to sign a new contract?
A balancing act between the employee’s obligations and employer’s constructive knowledge.
Employment claims statistics and reform progress report.
Christian Meredith focuses on the role of bad faith in a victimisation claim.
Helen Dent reports on new Acas guidance.
A cautionary tale of when a resignation is not a resignation.
…but Court of Appeal rejects discrimination claims.
Helen Dent, a trainee in the family team, gives her analysis of the recent judgement of Mills v Mills handed down by the Supreme Court.
Are sleep-in workers entitled to the minimum wage for time spent sleeping?
Effect of a successful appeal on dismissal.
Did a five-month break in services prevent a transfer of undertaking from occurring?
Will workers continue to enjoy rights granted under EU law?
Catherine Whitaker looks at seven “hidden dangers” in will drafting that, if ignored, undermine the intention and scope of your will and undermine the well-being and financial security of loved ones.
Total of 166 pages