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Spotlight on Regulations for Residential Landlords - Health and Safety

Andrew Morley
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Landlords today face a bewildering array of regulations. Many are centred around tenant safety and might be thought matters of common sense or good practice, but any breach could lead variously to a fine, compensation claim, a Prohibition Notice requiring...

Licensing Week 2018

Desley Sherwin
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Did you know that this week is ‘Licensing Week’?  The Institute of Licensing is promoting awareness of how much licensing there is around you, perhaps without you even realising. Most people will be aware that anything to do with alcohol,...

Are you ready for kick off?

Manisha Chauhan
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It’s that time of year we have all been looking forward to (or have we?)  The 2018 World Cup in Russia sees 32 nations taking part in 63 matches from 14 June until 15 July.  As an employer you may assume you have little to worry about in...

Adjudicate! Adjudicate!

David Rogerson
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(An Amendment to the Professional Negligence Pre Action Protocol) An amendment to ‘The Pre-Action Protocol for Professional Negligence came into force recently. The amendment to the protocol was made following a pilot to establish a scheme of...

International Surrogacy - what prospective parents need to know (part 3)

Lauren Kelly
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International surrogacy arrangements have received very bad press in recent times. The proliferation of stories involving immigration complications, debates over exploitation and lengthy delays in establishing parentage, may have resulted in would-be parents...

Spotlight on Regulations for Residential Landlords - Condition

Andrew Morley
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Landlords today face a bewildering array of regulations. Many are centred around tenant safety and might be thought matters of common sense or good practice, but any breach could lead variously to a fine, compensation claim, a Prohibition Notice requiring...

How Should an Employer Manage Transgender Employees?

Manisha Chauhan
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This was considered by the Employment Tribunal in the case of Miss A de Souza E Souza v Primark Stores Ltd . The Claimant, a transgender woman, applied for the role of retail assistant with the Defendant, Primark. On the application form the Claimant...

Nutt -v- Nutt [2018] EWHC 851 (CH)

Nicola Parr
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On 19 April 2018 Master Clark handed down Judgment in the case of Nutt –v- Nutt [2018] EWHC 851 (CH). The case involved the Estate of Lily Rose Nutt (“Lily”) who was born on the 4 th November 1924 and who died on 25 February 2013 aged...

International Surrogacy - what prospective parents need to know (part 2)

Lauren Kelly
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International surrogacy arrangements have received very bad press in recent times. The proliferation of stories involving immigration complications, debates over exploitation and lengthy delays in establishing parentage, may have resulted in would-be parents...

Spotlight on Regulations for Residential Landlords - Inventory

Andrew Morley
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Landlords today face a bewildering array of regulations. Many are centred around tenant safety and might be thought matters of common sense or good practice, but any breach could lead variously to a fine, compensation claim, a Prohibition Notice requiring...