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25 January 2018
As it is Family Mediation Week I took part in a live Twitter Q & A on Wednesday to answer any questions about family mediation. The question which seemed to generate the most interest was:
23 January 2018
I commonly come across the following mediation misconceptions in my role as a family mediator:
22 January 2018
An interim payment is a payment that is received by the injured party (the “Claimant”) from a Defendant before the claim is settled. This payment would be set off against the final payment by the Defendant of compensation in a Claimant’s claim.
18 January 2018
Any business that wants to employ workers from outside the EU will usually need to get a Sponsor Licence.
16 January 2018
In a complex and ongoing case, the Court of Appeal reversed a ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal which had found that an employee could succeed in a claim for automatically unfair dismissal for whistleblowing even if the person making the decision to dismiss was unaware of the employee having blown the whistle.
Obtaining the consent of an individual in relation to processing his/her personal data is very important in practice as it is one of the most commonly used grounds for justifying processing. Although the GDPR has not fundamentally altered the need for individual consent, important clarifications have been given which mean that, more than ever, consent needs to be explicit and clearly shown.
By 2025, the driverless technology industry is expected to be worth a staggering £900 billion globally.
Here are my top 3 tips for making your IT outsourcing contracts work for you.
11 January 2018
When someone has suffered major trauma it’s a very traumatic time for them and their family/friends. Most people are unaware of the treatment or other means of rehabilitation available to them; this is one of the main benefits of instructing a Solicitor specialising in major trauma claims to pursue a claim against the “at fault” insurer.
The latest Government crackdown relating to illegal immigrants came into force on the 1st of this month. The Immigration Act 2016 implements measures to prevent known illegal immigrants from operating bank accounts by giving the Home Office powers to freeze bank accounts. The measures follow on from the Immigration Act 2014 that prohibited banks from opening new current accounts for illegal migrants.
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