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The party's far from over

An employer has been found vicariously liable for the wrongful acts of its Managing Director at the end of a work Christmas party.

Peter Forshaw
Peter Forshaw Partner
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Is there such a thing as an amicable divorce?

Divorce can be tough. It can be painful, unpredictable and by its very nature, an intense conflict between those involved. But can it ever be…

Linzi Perriman
Linzi Perriman Solicitor

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Duty of care owed by A&E receptionist

The Supreme Court has reversed the earlier decision of the Court of Appeal and held that a receptionist working within an Accident and Emergency…

Rachel Kneale
Rachel Kneale Partner

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If refusing Bert & Ernie isn’t discrimination, what is?

The Supreme Court has decided that a bakery’s refusal to bake a cake with a slogan promoting gay marriage was not sexual orientation discrimination.

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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