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  • Knowledge isn't always power


    Date: 28 June 2018

    Can a discrimination claim succeed where employer unaware misconduct caused by disability?
  • All change for agricultural buildings?

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    Date: 02 April 2014

    James Burgess considers the impact of the recent amendment to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 for rural communities.
  • De-licensing indoor sports, plays and dance shows

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    Date: 20 June 2013

    The Government’s Red Tape exercise is cutting into the Licensing Act 2003. From 27 June premises will no longer have to have a licence to put on certain types of entertainment. Joe Lott explains.
  • Rotten apples - the effect of not managing poor performance


    Date: 28 March 2013

    In this article written for The Independent Schools Magazine, Louise Smyth highlights the importance of managing and maximising staff performance in schools, particularly in an increasingly tough economic climate.
  • Local entertainment to be deregulated

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    Date: 09 January 2013

    Joe Lott looks at the government's proposed changes to the Licensing Act which will remove the need for community venues to hold a licence for certain entertainment events