Empty Nest Syndrome

Recent research by Relate, the country's largest provider of relationship support, has revealed that many couples feel very daunted and unsure of their relationship once their children have left the family home.

Government Back to Work Schemes

The Coalition Government's Back To Work Schemes have suffered a set-back after the Court of Appeal ruled that such schemes were legally flawed.

New Dog Attack Laws

The government has announced that from April 2016, all dogs in England will have to be micro chipped as part of an attempt to cut the number of strays and make pet owners more responsible for their animals.

Bullying at Work

A recent television report revealed some alarming findings, following a survey carried out into workplace bullying.

How to effectively terminate a wrongfully repudiated contract

The Supreme Court has recently handed down Judgment in Geys -v- Societe Generale London Branch confirming that where an employment contract is wrongfully repudiated (brought to an end) the termination doesn't take effect until repudiation is accepted

Christians and Sunday Working

A recent High Court ruling has found that Christians do not have the right to decline Sunday working, as Sunday working is not considered to be a "core component" of their beliefs.

Looking ahead to Employment Law in 2013

A new year brings with it another raft of changes to legislation for us employment practitioners to get to grips with. Here, I summarise what there is to look forward to in the coming 12 months.

Mediation Services

Mediation helps to reduce conflict and resolve disagreements without going to court.

Fraser Brown helps to open new Cash Generator store

Nottingham law firm Fraser Brown has helped a new franchisee to open up a Cash Generator store in Nottingham city centre.

Employment timeline for 2013

A new year brings with it more new legislation for employers to take note of. Here, I summarise the key changes in employment law for 2013.

New mortgage rules set for 2014

Tougher rules on UK mortgage lending were confirmed at the end of October 2012 by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).

Joint property owners should be prepared

House buyers who purchase a property as a joint purchase with one or more other people are being encouraged to put in writing how the ownership is apportioned between them, to avoid any disputes if a relationship should break down.

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