9th August 2018
Andrew Knorpel looks at further details of the proposed EU Settlement Scheme which will allow EU citizens and family members to apply for UK immigration status
The Government has published further details of the...
7th August 2018
Robert Salek expands on the new rules governing disclosure announced to take effect from 01 January 2019.
26th July 2018
Andrew Knorpel looks at a recently published report on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by the Women and Equalities Commission
Over the last nine months, allegations of sexual...
25th July 2018
Haroop Ahluwalia says options are now limited for Tini Owens and may have to wait to petition under five years’ separation.
12th July 2018
Sophie Banks looks back at a recent bulletin and the EAT judgement handed down last week
You may recall our recent bulletin about the importance of...
6th July 2018
Fiona Moss describes the proposals to allow removal of historic personal information from Companies House as identity theft increases and data privacy hits headlines
Why does it matter?
The availability of personal information online is a clear concern given the rising number of identity thefts reported in the...
29th June 2018
Howard White provides an update on the joint report from the Health and Social Care and Housing, Communities and Local Government Committees on the long-term funding of adult social care
On 27 June 2018 the Health and Social Care and Housing, Communities and Local Government Committees (the “Committee”) published its...
28th June 2018
Sophie Banks looks at two recent cases regarding employment status, a subject which has been a hot topic for employers and those they engage alike for some time now
In this bulletin, we look at two recent cases regarding...
14th June 2018
Andrew Knorpel looks at the conduct of the employee, one of the five potentially fair reasons for dismissal
A reason which “relates to the conduct of the...
12th June 2018
Rachel Lemon comments on a baby born to be the first person without a legal mother