Fraser Brown help change the face of Bingham

The commercial property department at Fraser Brown has recently worked with a number of independent retailers to establish premises in Bingham town centre.

Family court reforms

On 22nd April a number of significant changes were made to the family law process.

Attack launched on zero hours contracts

Parliament’s Scottish Affairs Committee recently published an interim report on zero hours contracts, contributing to the Government’s current consultation on such contracts.

No direct TUPE claim

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently held that an employee cannot bring a direct claim against a transferee for failure to provide information to a transferor when a TUPE situation arises.

Failure to provide toilets held to be disability discrimination

An employee suffering from multiple sclerosis has been awarded compensation of almost £14,000 following a successful claim against Boots Opticians for constructive unfair dismissal, disability discrimination and failure to make reasonable adjustments

Acas early conciliation set to become mandatory

Claimants wishing to lodge a tribunal claim will now be required to contact ACAS, who will attempt to promote a settlement before the claim is lodged.

Fraser Brown is a cut above the rest

The commercial property department at Fraser Brown have been working with a local businessman to help grow his empire of hair salons in Nottingham city centre.

Fraser Brown help licence city bar

The licensing department at Fraser Brown has recently helped a city bar in Nottingham to obtain a new premises licence after it was closed by the police following allegations that the premises were being used to host a “cannabis party”.


07.May.2014 | Licensing

Buying a property at auction

Buying a property at auction is increasing in popularity, largely because it can cut down the potentially lengthy conveyancing process and the deal is done as soon as the hammer falls.

New Lakeside owners have grand plans

The commercial property department at Fraser Brown has recently worked with the Lakeside Tower on Mansfield Road, which has been acquired by a new owner.

Grounds for divorce

It is a bit of a myth that you can file for divorce for any reason you desire. In reality, in UK law there are only 5 grounds that you can choose from. They are:

Digital legacies and wills

The Law Society has produced updated advice for writing wills in the 21st century, which focuses on leaving a digital legacy. Emma Small, a solicitor at Bingham based Fraser Brown Solicitors explains this in more detail.

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