New Energy Efficiency Regulations impose new obligations on landlords

The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 come into force on April 1st 2018, and will impose new obligations on private landlords.

New creative business hub opens in Nottingham

We assisted two sisters from Nottingham that worked together to transform a derelict Victorian lace mill in Carrington into a multi-purpose business centre.

TypicalMidsCo: The latest in Gender Pay Gap reveals

This month, an internal management report on gender pay at TypicalMidsCo was leaked. It’s broad-brush but clear that the average pay for females is 20 per cent lower than males, with female managers earning 15 per cent less.

Extended hours for licensed premises during royal wedding weekend

The Government has announced that it will proceed with an Order that allows the extension of licensing hours in England and Wales during the weekend of the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle.

National Apprenticeship Week - 3 years on

Sophie Thompson and Matthew Harbuz share their stories as apprentices that continue to progress through the company

Update: changes to the taxation of termination payments

A departing employee may be offered a payment on termination which is paid under a settlement agreement and may cover entitlements such as notice pay, redundancy pay and ex gratia payments.

Employment perspective: Maplin, Toys 'R' Us, Prezzo... What happens next?

Maplin, Toys ‘R’ Us and Prezzo have become the latest big name businesses to fall into administration with the latter launching a company voluntary arrangement in order to restructure their finances to save the business.

What do you know about Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) in Franchising?

In this article, Tabitha explains RPM and competition law, penalties for breaches and more. Fraser Brown recently attended the British Franchising Association’s Legal Update, presenting to Franchisors on the topic of price fixing

How to respond to a threat to sue

When the initial threat to sue is received it is vital to treat it seriously and obtain as much information as possible, so that you can investigate the veracity of the complaint and risks to the business. This will enable you to formulate a strategy

International gym franchise Snap Fitness comes to Derbyshire

Nottingham-based law firm Fraser Brown helped secure the lease for the 7000 sq ft premises on The Pipeworks retail park in Swadlincote. Snap Fitness is open 24/7, has an international presence with over 2,000 active branches.

GDPR – considerations for employers

The GDPR will require employers to provide employees with information regarding the collection, retention and use (“processing”) of their personal data to include what data is collected, how it is held, when and why it may be processed.

Ban on ‘surcharging’ for card payments made by consumers in stores and online

As of 13 January 2018, the Payment Services Directive (“PSD2”) makes it illegal for any business in the UK to charge the consumer extra for using their debit or credit card,

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