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The trouble with pensions tax relief…

Pensions expert Jane Marshall considers the implications of the Government’s proposals for reform across the public sector and beyond.

Jane Marshall
Jane Marshall Partner


TUPE: Obligation to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to transferee

The duty on employers to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to the transferee when a TUPE transfer takes place.

Lee Rogers
Lee Rogers Principal Associate


Lessons learned from the Duncan Bennett case

A recent case has thrown in to sharp focus the considerable powers of coroners to demand a person or organisation to deliver up information relevant…

Sarah Jane Knight Principal Associate


Scarle v Scarle and the ’commorientes’ rule: who died first?

HHJ Philip Kramer, sitting as a judge of the High Court, gave his judgment last Tuesday (13 August 2019) in the matter of Scarle v Scarle.

Matthew Morton
Matthew Morton Principal Associate


Government guidance for adult social care providers: are you ready for a no-deal Brexit?

The advice from the government should be considered carefully and the appropriate planning and preparation undertaken as failure to do so could result…

Morris Hill
Morris Hill Legal Director


'Operation Yellowhammer’ report details leaked

Details of the “Operation Yellowhammer” report were leaked over the weekend...

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Principal Associate


Building a Safer Future - how new proposals could shape regulations

Construction analysis: Following the review of building regulations and fire safety in the wake of the Grenfell Tower Fire, Paul Lowe, Partner…

Paul Lowe
Paul Lowe Partner


The new personal injury discount rate - judicial review anybody?

An analysis of the Lord Chancellor's decision making process when calculating the new personal injury discount rate

Blaise Smith
Blaise Smith Partner

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