Baby P Court of Appeal find that internal disciplinary proceedings is not a form of adjudication

The Court of Appeal considered the case of the two social workers employed by the Council responsible for Baby P. The case related to the handling of this tragic case and in particular the way the Claimants were dealt with by the Council.

The tough life of a football manager

Much has recently been said about the tough life of a football manager and the short term job expectancy. However, there is no doubt that in many cases this is offset by terms and conditions that most employees could only dream of.

TV's 'The Apprentice' winner fails in constructive dismissal claim against Lord Sugar

You may have recently read about Stella English's failed claim for constructive unfair dismissal following her resignations from two of Lord Sugar's companies, Viglen and YouView within a few months of each other.

Cosmetic surgery industry to be more closely regulated

A review commissioned by the Department of Health in England has recommended a series of measures to better protect cosmetic surgery patients.

Fraser Brown help new hair salon get off the ground

The commercial property department at Fraser Brown have recently completed a property transaction for a new and unique hair salon in Nottingham city centre.

Fraser Brown supports charity cycle challenge

On 6th September, a team of six businessmen from the East Midlands will embark on the challenge of cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats.

Research findings of children and families

This month the Department for Work and Pensions will publish their report "˜Social Justice: transforming lives "“ one year on'. This will provide the key indicators in which progress in delivering social justice will be measured.

Fraser Brown helps to re-open Long Island

The commercial property department at Nottingham law firm Fraser Brown have secured the purchase of Long Island bar on Market Street in Nottingham city centre.

Use of covert recordings during the Employment Tribunal process

In a recent case, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT), considered whether or not the Employment Tribunal had been correct in its refusal to admit covert recordings made in the workplace by an employee in respect of her discrimination claim.

The cost of litigation

Litigation has always been about getting the right result, and then getting your costs paid by the other side. However, from 1st April new costs legislation will bring sweeping reforms to litigation.

Redundancy criteria - what is fair

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) recently considered whether or not it was fair to carry out a redundancy selection exercise where the potentially affected employees were assessed entirely on the basis of competency tests.

Renewable heating scheme has been delayed

The government have announced this week that they have delayed the introduction of a scheme to encourage renewable heating equipment to be fitted in homes.

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