Legal News

Blissfully loved-up couples planning on tying the knot this year should change their will to reflect their new circumstances.

Increased protection for zero hours workers with the Exclusivity Terms in Zero Hours Contracts (Redress) Regulations 2015.

Chris Brown, solicitor in the Family Law department, discusses the rights of unmarried couples.

Julia Weber has recently joined Hegarty Solicitors and is based at their Oakham office.

Chris Brown achieves Resolution accredited specialist status.

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a statement re-emphasising that awareness of Internet ‘cookies’ has increased to such an extent that it is now ‘appropriate...to rely on a responsible implementation of implied...
  When a tenant takes a lease, one of the things that they are almost invariably required to agree not to do is part with possession of the let premises without the written agreement of the landlord. However, the commercial reality is that there are...
  An employee’s award of compensation for unfair dismissal normally consists of two elements – basic award and compensatory award. The basic award is not related to the loss suffered but is calculated according to a standard formula based...
The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) provides useful advice and guidance on various stages of the redundancy process. Hitherto overlooked, however, has been the role of those who have the job of delivering news of impending redundancies...
  The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has handed down its rulings in four domestic cases in which Christian employees claimed to have suffered discrimination at work on account of their religious beliefs (Eweida and Others v United Kingdom). The...