If you want to develop a site using the designs prepared for a previous owner who obtained planning consent, beware copyright infringement. In a recent High Court case the judge had to decide this issue.
If you run a business that handles personal data of customers, and you are worried about the risk of claims if your company suffers a cyber-attack or some other accidental loss of data, you may
The result of this case (which Uber lost on each appeal from the Employment Tribunal to the Supreme Court) means the lives of around five million people in the UK gig economy could be improved
Employment Law Bulletin Covid-19: Three tier lockdown and extension to the Job Support Scheme The Prime Minister has formally unveiled plans for a new three tier system for implementing local lockdowns restrictions across England. The
Are you thinking of getting a quote for a new house, garden office or any other building work? ContractStore has published a straightforward, user-friendly pack of tender documents that you can use to send to
Furlough-specific directors’ liabilities are in the spotlight as news of thousands of cases of suspected furlough fraud come to light. With the Furlough scheme winding down and lockdown measures being eased, HMRC has announced plans
Under ‘flexible furlough’, employees can do some work for their employer, without employers losing the right to claim furlough pay in respect of the hours not worked by the employees. Key dates for the Flexible
One of the many difficulties encountered by employers during the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown has been the day-to-day management of a remote workforce in circumstances where the norm is no longer normal. However, businesses must
Alongside lengthy supermarket queues, handwashing, deep cleaning and Furlough, homeworking has been one of the defining features of the Covid-19 lockdown. The most recent ONS statistics on homeworking (2019, yet published at the very start
The Government’s recent announcement that employees who cannot work from home should return to work has given rise to more questions than answers. Without specific legislation in place, employers, HR professionals and their advisers need to turn to existing legislative and contractual principles for answers. In brief, where an employer is keen and able to reopen its business, we have here some steps to take to protect yourself and employees.