Legal Updates


Back to the future for employment tribunal claims

26 Jul 2017

The Supreme Court has allowed the worker’s union UNISON’s appeal that the current system of fees in the Employment Tribunal and the Appeal Tribunal is unlawful.  This decision is extremely significant for claimants who have been dissuaded from bringing claims (as statistics clearly show) against their employers because of the financial cost.  Prior to the […]


The E-Privacy Regulation: What does it mean for your business?

24 Jul 2017

In recent years, the world of communications has changed dramatically. There are now a range of ways with which we communicate electronically every day – including WhatsApp, Viber, IMessage and Skype – which did not exist at all a few years ago. Our willingness to embrace new technology and our demand for instant communications has […]


The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices

12 Jul 2017

Yesterday, the Government published the eagerly awaited Taylor Review of Modern Practices, or the “Good Work” Report as it is now called, which runs to 116 pages. Set up by the Government 9 months ago, and following extensive consultation with the business community, workers, lawyers and unions to name but a few, the review has […]


Four advantages of Private Fund Limited Partnerships

23 Jun 2017

On 6 April 2017, the Legislative Reform (Private Fund Limited Partnerships) Order 2017 came into effect, changing the law on limited partnerships in England and Wales by introducing a new category of limited partnership known as a ‘private fund limited partnership’ or ‘PFLP’. These changes will bring a number of advantages for investment funds traditionally […]

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