Fraser Brown win Licensing Appeal for Admiral Taverns

The licensing department at Fraser Brown Solicitors has recently been successful in winning a licensing appeal. Walaiti Rathore, a licensing solicitor at the firm acted on behalf of Admiral Taverns.


31.May.2012 | Licensing

Extra Bank Holidays can be a Royal pain for Employers

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee is fast approaching and has provided for an additional Bank Holiday on Tuesday 5th June. This mirrors the situation last year, where an extra Bank Holiday was granted for the Royal Wedding in April 2011.

Business Insolvencies Viewpoint

Following on from the recent news that the East Midlands is the only area in England to record an increase in the number of business insolvencies in April, Adrian Slater from Fraser Brown offers an expert opinion.

Domestic Abuse in the spotlight

Recently there have been several high profile and very necessary campaigns highlighting domestic abuse, its effects on women and how to stop it. Now, Coronation Street is covering a plotline with a lead male character as the victim of domestic abuse,

Workplace pension changes

As part of the Government initiative to ensure people are financially prepared for retirement, employers will be obliged to provide employees with a workplace pension from October 2012.

Fraser Brown is top of the dealmakers

Fraser Brown's corporate team have been named Legal Team of the Year at the East Midlands Dealmakers 2012 Awards dinner

Licensing reforms Q and A

Following on from a recent seminar Fraser Brown delivered on the Licensing reforms, Walaiti Rathore in our licensing department has been approached by attendees and other clients asking several questions.


04.May.2012 | Licensing

Fraser Brown deliver seminar on licensing reforms at Chesterfield Pub Watch

Midlands law firm Fraser Brown has recently presented a seminar to members of pub watch and licensing regulators in and around Chesterfield.


03.May.2012 | Licensing

Can the Licensing reforms be appropriate if they are not necessary?

I always thought that there was an established legal principle that no one should be allowed to act as judge and juror in their own case. How else can anyone expect a fair hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal?

Fraser Brown appoint new head of employment

Nottingham based solicitors Fraser Brown has appointed John Buchanan as the head of their growing employment department.

Outsourcing - making an exit

A recent dispute between AstraZeneca and IBM has highlighted the importance of considering the termination of an outsourcing agreement and agreeing detailed exit plans.

Commercial Contracts

In difficult economic times, companies can look at different ways to protect their businesses, whether to improve their own financial situation or to avoid falling victims to the financial difficulties of their business partners.

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