Our blog provides you with updates and points of view on different aspects of law that can affect individuals and businesses.

Posts are written by some of our partners, senior solicitors and solicitors.

Is there a drastic change to TUPE on the horizon?

29 November 2019

An Employment Tribunal Judge, in a rather a surprising decision in the recent case of Dewhurst v Revisecatch and City Sprint, has held that those traditionally labelled under employment law as “workers” are entitled to the benefit of the provisions of Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (“TUPE”), as well as those who are traditional “employees”.

Read the article

TV show highlights ups and downs of equity release – and how getting advice is vital to make it work for you.

08 November 2019

There may be ‘cash in your house’, and if people think carefully and take good advice before making use of it, then equity release can be of great benefit.

Read the article

The Christmas present that could cost you an extra £2,500!

07 November 2019

If a drone is on your Christmas present list – then make sure you are flying it legally or risk a hefty fine...

Read the article

When you buy your lunchtime sandwich, would you have a life-saving cancer screening test?

22 October 2019

Wilkin Chapman’s leading medical negligence solicitor has welcomed a new report calling for action to encourage women to attend cancer screening checks.

Read the article

Leading lawyer backs Queen’s Speech plans for independent body to investigate serious NHS incidents.

14 October 2019

A pledge in today’s Queen’s Speech to establish an ‘independent body’ to investigate serious healthcare incidents has been welcomed by one of the region’s leading legal authorities on clinical and medical negligence.

Read the article
News
Categories
Archives
Filter by author
Request a callback