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News
07 November 2018
Contrasting Tribunal decisions
Contrasting Tribunal decisions on constructive dismissal and victimisation demonstrate importance of responding to grievance in a professional manner
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24 October 2018
Case report Price v Axis
Employee succeeds with constructive dismissal at Tribunal by relying on secretly recorded conversation
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25 July 2018
Who is eligible for legal aid
Without getting too much into the background and the politics and anger about the changes to legal aid in 2013, save to say, there were huge changes and people still not know about the changes.
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30 May 2018
Legal Walk 2018
Elliot Mather will be taking part in Derby Legal Walk on 11 June 2018. We took part in this event last year and raised around £170 for local Law Centres.
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22 March 2018
Does there need to be fault in Divorce?
There was an interesting programme just after Christmas on ITV titled ‘Divorce Wars’. This was a discussion on the possibility of removing fault from the divorce process.
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25 September 2017
Derby Legal Walk
Elliot Mather will be taking part in the first Derby Legal Walk on 2 October 2017
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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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