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Surrogacy – law reform for single parents?

More people are turning to surrogacy, with figures showing that the number of children being born through surrogacy had almost tripled in the last…

Rachel Lim
Rachel Lim Associate

Has your employee resigned? The problem of ambiguous notice

Usually it is clear when somebody intends to resign, but sometimes it can be uncertain...

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

Brexit in a page - what do I need to know?

The Prime Minister, Theresa May is to hold a cabinet meeting today where preparations for a ‘no deal’ Brexit will be discussed.

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Associate

Further amendments to the Civil Liability Bill

On Friday 7 September 2018 we saw the publication of the Notice of Amendments to the Civil Liability Bill. This sets out the proposed amendments to…

Rob Williams
Rob Williams Partner

References: Top 10 Tips for responding to requests

A recent Employment Tribunal decision serves to remind employers of the care that should be taken when giving a reference.

Claire Hollins
Claire Hollins Associate

"Have you had a data breach in the last six years?"

Solicitors and Claims Management Companies advertising for personal injury claims are out of touch - these days, a privacy breach is the new 'claim…

Mark Brenlund
Mark Brenlund Partner

When court and classroom meet

As a new school year gets underway, teachers and management staff may unwittingly find themselves involved in disputes between separated parents.

Lottie Tyler
Lottie Tyler Associate

Managing sickness absence: five top tips

The CIPD has published its annual Absence Management Survey report. The survey suggests that many line managers are ill-equipped to manage staff…

Mandy Higgins
Mandy Higgins Partner

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