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24 May 2017
Solicitors to take on legal aid work in criminal cases in cities for first time
The Derby office of a firm of solicitors is now practising legal aid representation in criminal cases for the first time.
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07 April 2017
Residential Conveyancing Moves into Nottingham
Elliot Mather LLP are pleased to announce the launch of residential conveyancing in our Nottingham branch, located on Castle Gate in the City Centre.
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15 March 2017
Holiday Pay – Is the end in sight?
Holiday Pay- Is the end in sight? Administrator | Wed 15th March 2017 12:03pm Categories | Employment The Supreme Court has this week refused British Gas the right to appeal the decision in Lock v British Gas which could result in thousands of workers who earn comm
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28 February 2017
Rate changes from April 2017
On 1 February 2017 the draft National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2017 were published, outlining the proposed changes to the hourly national minimum rates, which will apply from 1 April 2017.
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23 December 2016
Disability: Long-Term Stress
Do you always assume that long term stress is a disability? Well the Employment Appeal Tribunal says not necessarily!
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23 December 2016
Employment Law Review: 2016
This year has been an interesting year in the employment law context to say the least, so here are some of the highlights.
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25 November 2016
Did you know that next week is Good Divorce Week?
Next week (28 November 2016 to 2 December 2016) has been set up by Resolution to promote its Code of Conduct.
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21 November 2016
Strike Whilst the Iron is Hot! Why you should register any unregistered land now
Time is running out! As the registered land system approaches its 100th birthday, unregistered land is becoming less common. We explain why should you voluntarily register your unregistered land now.
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24 October 2016
Conveyancing Fraud on Rip Off Britain
A reminder to be on your guard when involved when buying or selling your property due to buyer d eposit redirection fraud being rapidly on the increase
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16 October 2015
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 - the biggest shake up of consumer law for a generation.
This guide on the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (“CRA”) outlines the main implications for traders who enter into contracts with consumers for the sale of goods and services.
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