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An October Smorgasbord

19th October 2017

Andrew Knorpel serves a number of recent developments across a variety of areas in employment law and practice

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner and Head of Employment

First of all, thank you to all those who attended our...

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It's Hailing Taxis Again

5th October 2017

Sophie Banks looks into the further important decision relating to the employment status of “gig economy” workers.

By Sophie Banks, Solicitor in our Employment Team

Following on from our bulletin regarding the Taylor Review...

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Sharing Space - The Future of Distribution Centre Occupation

27th September 2017

Gemma James looks at premises sharing for suppliers who need to meet the expectation of a swift despatch and delivery by being in multiple locations

By Gemma James, Partner in the Commercial Property team

The Evolving Market

The consumer-led market place...

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Please Put Proper Prevention Procedures in Place Promptly

21st September 2017

Andrew Knorpel looks at the new offence coming in under the Criminal Finance Act 2017

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner and Head of Employment

On 30 September 2017, a new corporate criminal offence of...

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You've Got That Injured Feeling

7th September 2017

Sophie Banks looks at the recent joint response released by The Presidents of the Employment Tribunal

By Sophie Banks, Solicitor in Employment

You may recall our article last month about the consultation...

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A “Week’s Pay” Should Include Employer’s Pension Contributions

24th August 2017

Sophie Banks looks at employer’s pension contributions

By Sophie Banks, Employment Law Solicitor

In the case of The University of Sunderland v Drossou, the EAT has upheld the...

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I Gotta Injury to Feeling

10th August 2017

Andrew Knorpel looks at the increasing awards for injury to feelings

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner and Head of Employment

Whether or not tonight’s going to be a good...

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Kickbacks in Franchising

4th August 2017

Fiona Moss explains the supplier incentives within the franchise network, otherwise known as ‘kickbacks’.

From time to time the British Franchise Association (BFA) issues its members, of which Mundays are one, with ‘technical bulletins’ and...

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Mundays LLP promotions

3rd August 2017

Surrey law firm Mundays LLP makes four promotions.

Mundays has promoted several staff into new roles within their practices areas.

Gavin Partridge joined Mundays in 2015 and...

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Mundays LLP welcomes new Partner and Head of Commercial Property

1st August 2017

Surrey law firm Mundays LLP welcomes Michael Nixon.

Mundays LLP is pleased to announce that Michael Nixon has joined the firm as a partner. Michael, who is dual qualified in...

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