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22 May 2018
An aggrieved employee can make a claim to an Employment Tribunal if they think that their employer has treated them unfairly.
It is possible for someone who has been left out of a deceased person's will to make a claim for 'reasonable financial provision'.
A recent case is a reminder of the precarious position of cohabitees who have no automatic right to the property of another on death.
Due to the recent press coverage about the problems with long leases of flats, property lawyers are looking at leases and lease plans in considerable detail.
The Supreme Court held that the Employment Tribunal fees which had been charged to bring a claim were unlawful.
Most people will now have received a large number of emails from organisations pointing out new privacy policies and/or asking people to 'opt in' or resubscribe to promotional material and emails.
Your home may well be one of your major assets. Even if you are not planning on moving in the near future, it is always a good idea to keep abreast of the latest changes in the housing market.
23 Apr 2018
The much reported 'right to be forgotten' case against the search engine giant Google has been decided.
There is little difference between the rights of agency workers and direct employees.
Many private individuals have purchased houses to let out to tenants with a view to using the rental income as an alternative to a pension.
Fake travel sickness claims is a subject which is often in the news.
A recent decision is worthy of comment because it may mark a change in the attitude of the courts to making financial and maintenance orders following divorce.
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