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
07 Jan 2020
Wills & Probate
After a long legal battle, heterosexual couples in England and Wales are now able to enter in to civil partnerships. With the government changing the law, this has opened up the possibility of entering into such a union for the UK’s estimated 3.3 million co-habiting heterosexual couples. With this in mind it is worth giving some thought to the consequences relating to Wills made by couples entering into a civil partnership.
21 Nov 2019
The need for a garage, off-road parking and a garden are amongst the major issues for most house-hunters in the UK.
20 Nov 2019
Following the recent decision in Lib Dems & SNP v ITV, Craig Court looks into the requirements needed in relation to a successful claim for a Judicial Review.
18 Nov 2019
Following on from the recent news of the McDonalds' CEO being sacked for participating in a relationship with an employee, Dan Wilde gives an insight into the legalities surrounding relationships at work.
28 Oct 2019
The Commission on Justice in Wales has published its October 2019 report ‘Justice in Wales for the People of Wales’. Describing the provision of justice as basic duty of the State, the Commission unanimously calls for major reform to the Welsh justice system.
23 Oct 2019
We are pleased to announce that our Conveyancing team, headed up by Wyn Williams, have won a number of awards at the prestigious ESTAS Customer Service Awards 2019 sponsored by SearchFlow.
14 Oct 2019
Wills & Probate
'Set to come into force next year, it would have meant almost 300,000 families a year facing larger probate fees.'
02 Oct 2019
Open justice is the guiding principle states the UK Supreme Court