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MUNDAYS 10th ANNIVERSARY FUN RUN FOR LOCAL HOSPICE RAISES OVER £4.3k

17th May 2017

10th Anniversary 5k Fun Run success for Mundays LLP in aid of Princess Alice Hospice


Elmbridge-based law firm Mundays has raised over £4.3k following its tenth 5k run in aid of Princess Alice Hospice. This brings the total...

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A New Pet Leave…..?

4th May 2017

Sofia Syed looks at 'pawternity leave' that some employers provide as a company perk

With an increasing number of employees now proudly sporting a new puppy over a baby - we may see the birth of a new type of pet leave,...

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Not That Old Chestnut….

20th April 2017

You may be excused for thinking that you are reading a historic article on religious Dress Code in the workplace and believing that surely this matter had already been put to bed.

By , Senior Associate, Employment. 

You may be excused for thinking that you are reading a historic article...

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April Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

6th April 2017

April is known (according to various song titles) for Paris, fools, love, showers and storms. However, in the employment law genre, April (and particularly today) is known for its ch-ch-ch-ch-changes.

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner, Head of Employment. 

April is known (according to various song titles) for Paris, fools, love,...

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Get in the Know about Mental Health

23rd March 2017

Mental health was very much a hidden condition, with few people admitting that they suffer from it and resources for treating it being limited.

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner, Head of Employment. 

Mental health was very much a hidden condition, with few people admitting...

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New Residence Nil Rate Band Coming...

20th March 2017

The new residence nil rate band (RNRB) comes into effect in April 2017.

Our downloadable document explains the new RNRB in further details. If you would like to make an appointment to...

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Ilott -v- Mitson

17th March 2017

The Supreme Court has overturned the widely reported decision of the Court of Appeal in Ilott -v- Mitson, a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

The Supreme Court has overturned the widely reported decision of the Court of Appeal in Ilott -v- Mitson, a claim under the Inheritance (Provision...

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Robot Rights

9th March 2017

Whilst laws in this area are generally lagging far behind the innovations, the European Parliament is leading the way, by initiating a law on robots and artificial intelligence.

By Sofia Syed, Senior Associate, Employment. 

You would be forgiven for thinking this is an early April Fools article!...

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Trade marks – what you need to know to protect your intellectual property

7th March 2017

Fiona Moss discusses a few key points to consider when thinking about trade marks.

Protecting your intellectual property has become more important than ever before and investment in intellectual property over the last few years...

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Increases to Probate application fees: another way to tax?

3rd March 2017

Mitchell Thompson discusses the Court fees for Probate that are to be considerably increased as of May 2017.

The Ministry of Justice has announced increases to Probate Application fees which will be effective as of May 2017.

Currently when applying for...

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