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CHATTERTONS ANNOUNCE SENIOR PROMOTIONS

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Chattertons Solicitors & Wealth Management, leading ‘Top 200’ law firm are delighted to announce 6 new Partners and 7 new Associates, following internal promotions. MEET OUR NEW PARTNERS Sarah Twigg – Partner and Head of the Court...

Claimant ordered to pay £20,000 toward Respondent's costs after pursuing weak claim as "vendetta" against manager

Martin Cornforth
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In the case of  Mr C V David v Jaguar Landrover Ltd an employment tribunal sitting in Birmingham has upheld the Respondent's application for costs in the sum of £20,000. The Claimant brought claims for constructive dismissal and race...

When might a CEO or Director be in scope for TUPE when a client brings a service back in-house?

Martin Cornforth
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In the case of Mr R Kissick and others v Department for Education: 2202244/2022 an Employment Tribunal has considered when senior personnel are in scope to transfer on a service provision change. Background During 2017, the Department for Education...

How will the General Election impact Employment Law?

Martin Cornforth
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A general election is to be held in the UK on 4 July 2024. In this update we provide details of the main employment law policies being pursued by each of the three main parties. The policies listed below are not an exhaustive list. General election 2024:...

NEWARK BUSINESS AWARDS 2024

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Chattertons were delighted to again be a sponsor of the  Newark Business Awards , with a prestigious gala dinner at Newark Showground on Friday, June 14, 2024. The event brings together local decision makers and businesses from across the area to...

Chattertons Employee of the month - May

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Leah Light has won support employee of the month for May. Leah is always courteous and professional with our clients. Nothing is too much trouble - Leah is always happy to either take client payments, scan in ID, deal with file closure forms or make that...

The final stage on the rules for tipping and gratuities

Martin Cornforth
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New rules to ensure fairness and transparency around handling tips and gratuities will soon go live for hospitality and other service sector businesses.    These are designed to ensure an even-handed approach in situations where the employer has...

Getting ready to take your best shot in a rumbling housing market

Michael Brazier
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There are rumbles of a revival in the housing market with inflation down and an expectation that the Bank of England will soon make a base rate cut.  That’s been enough encouragement for high street lenders to drop their mortgage rates.  The...

Chattertons Employee is running 12 marathons in 12 months in aid of Anthony Nolan

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Laura Coleman-Day , Corporate Solicitor based at Chattertons Newark office, is undertaking a challenge to run 12 marathons in 12 months to raise money for Anthony Nolan . One each month, with her first completed on Saturday, 18th May at Rutland Water and...

New Private Client Partner at Chattertons

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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Amy Greer to Chattertons Private Client team , based at Spalding office. With over 20 years of experience, Amy has extensive experience dealing with Private Client matters, including Wills, Inheritance Tax...