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Defender hotel not liable for the pursuer’s fall from steps

The Sheriff, in dismissing the pursuer’s claim, held that the defender was not in breach of its obligations under s.2 of the Occupiers’ Liability…

Is there such a thing as an ironclad post-nuptial agreement?

What is a post-nuptial agreement, and can they always be upheld? Solicitor Linzi Perriman looks at the Presley/Lockwood case.

Linzi Perriman
Linzi Perriman Solicitor

Ten top tips on dealing with flexible working requests

From 30 June 2014, the right to request flexible working request was extended to all employees providing they have 26 weeks continuous employment.

Claire Hollins Associate

A change is coming but how much change will business rate payers be left with?

In February this year, the Government completed their consultation on business rates following the effects of the decision in Woolway v Mazars.

Surviving the 'POCA freeze'

Which party should bear the cost of complying with POCA? Mickaela Fox & Nicholas Medcroft examine the consent regime.

Mickaela Fox
Mickaela Fox Partner

Legal advice not always confidential says EAT

There are exceptions to the rule that legal advice given to a client cannot be referred to in an employment tribunal

Ben Daniel
Ben Daniel Partner

High Court holds that Roberts v Johnstone is binding in decision not to award for special accommodation costs

Claimant denied award of special accommodation costs following serious injury on basis of ruling in Roberts v Johnstone

Dave Cottam
Dave Cottam Partner

Retail Review - CVAs

In the first article of our new Retail Review series, Partner Natasha Atkinson looks at CVAs and impact on the retail sector.

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