27 Mar 2020
The Government has now published further detailed guidance on the Furlough Scheme. The main points are summarised within the article below. Full guidance from the Government can be found here
24 Mar 2020
Please not that our offices are now closed to the public in line with the latest Government advice, but we want to assure you that we remain open for business.
24 Mar 2020
What does “furloughing” mean? In the current context it means to allow or force someone to be absent temporarily from work. One key question we are being asked is can this be forced? Our Head of Employment Law, Daniel Wilde, takes a look at the impact of "furloughing".
19 Mar 2020
The ongoing Coronavirus is presenting us all with daily challenges and is having an impact on the way we live our daily lives and run our businesses. At Harding Evans our priority as always is to provide our clients with the legal advice and support they need whilst looking after the wellbeing of our staff.
13 Mar 2020
Wills & Probate
Our Head of Wills and Probate, Laura Selby, explains the reasons why you should consider making a Lasting Power of Attorney. Further details of our Spring offer also included…
11 Mar 2020
The end of the financial year is often accompanied by key changes to Employment Law. Keep informed with our latest Employment Law update from our Head of Employment - Daniel Wilde.
06 Mar 2020
As a special feature for International Women's Day, Danielle Howell, a Senior Associate within our Clinical Negligence team, discusses personal inspirations, goals for the future, plus much more...
05 Mar 2020
Under the new IR35 Rules, it is the end user’s, the ultimate clients, responsibility to make a proper determination on the employment of each worker supplied to it, either directly or via an agency. That status determination must be undertaken as if the worker is not contracting either through an agency and/or his/her own limited company.
04 Mar 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing havoc with global stock markets as outbreaks of the virus are occurring throughout the World. With a growing number of cases both in Europe, particularly, in Northern Italy and well publicised cases in the UK employers need to take a sensible risk based approach to the problem.
19 Feb 2020
The government has confirmed it has no plans to look more widely at the system for awarding bereavement damages to relatives.
10 Jan 2020
Dan Wilde, Partner in Employment Law at Harding Evans Solicitors, assesses TUPE and explains how 'workers'are protected, as well as 'employees',
09 Jan 2020
Covert Surveillance, following the correct protocol. We are often asked to advise as to whether it is permissible to covertly record employees where dishonesty is suspected. Read below to find out what is viewed as acceptable