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Changes to the GIG Economy? | Louise Paull

February 20, 2018

There has been much in the press lately about the GIG ECONOMY, affecting an estimated 1.1 million people. Most recently the Government published its response to the Taylor Review. As set out in my previous blog, ...

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Party Season | Staying Legal

December 8, 2017

It’s the time of the season. Yes, not just for Christmas trees in the office and ugly sweaters. The Office party is also around the corner. I’m sure, that like me you have witnessed your share of unusual behaviours at one of these events, and as an Employer you may have had some seasonal dramas. We have previously posted about how you, as a business, s...

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Contracts | Part 2: What Does Construction Law Say About Contracts?

December 5, 2017

We’re about to launch our brand new ‘Construction Guides to the Law’ and we thought we’d give you a sneak preview on the content. Last week we looked at why contracts are important and this week we’re looking at some of the legislation that goes into them. If your construction business involves architecture, design, surveyi...

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What Does ‘Contracting-Out’ Mean for Business Tenants?

November 8, 2017

When occupying a property for the purposes of running a business, a Tenant would normally have a right to renew that tenancy/ lease when the contractual term comes to an end. This right is given to tenants under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and is therefore a statutory right. However, it is possible to exclude this right from a new lease ...

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One Reason why UK Lawyers should NOT earn £1mn

October 31, 2016

Apparently, record numbers of City lawyers from the top 11 eleven firms are now earning average annual pay in excess of this amount on the back of servicing a surge of London-based takeover deals.

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