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The end of ambulance chasing?

The NHS is to ban law firms from advertising inside hospitals in an attempt to stem the rising tide of compensation claims. 

A NHS...

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Clare Gilroy-Scott writes for Construction News

Gig economy worker bill: How it will hit your business

A draft bill calling for clarification of the definitions of employment status, targeted at gig economy companies, could have significant...…

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Estates Gazette talk to Clare Gilroy-Scott

Goodman Derrick's Clare Gilroy-Scott  provides an employment law round up for the property industry in EG's podcast

From the Taylor Review and gig economy to the apprenticeship levy and gender pay gap reporting, 2017 was a big year for employment law....…

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8 Ways To Improve Your Focus

I thought it was just my memory that was like a goldfish, apparently our levels of concentration are even worse!  Here are a few...

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The Perils of International Surrogacy

This story has highlighted some of the dangers of entering into cross-border surrogacy arrangements. 

In this case, a gay couple from...

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Luck of the Irish

Roll out the clichés, it seems that the gambling regime in Ireland is due for a long-overdue overhaul. 

This is likely to be of...

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Family Mediation Week

Today is the first day of family Mediation Week, aimed to raise awareness of mediation as a method to resolve family disputes.

As a...

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#mypathtolaw

Over the last week or two, Twitter has been buzzing with lawyers sharing a snapshot of how they entered the legal profession. The hashtag '

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Is the Gender Pay Gap widening?

A number of my recent posts have focused on the gender pay gap; an issue that has attracted considerable publicity thanks, in part, to...

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Living together after separation

The cost of living is continually rising. It is therefore not surprising that it has been reported that the cost of divorcing has also...

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18 legal issues for 2018

With a new Lord Chancellor in place following the Prime Minister’s reshuffle, the Law Society Gazette has compiled a helpful to-do list...

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Is FOUR a crowd?

If you haven't heard already, where have you been? We’re only two weeks into the New Year and accounting giant Deloitte has confirmed...

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Divorce Wars

ITV Tonight featured a programme last night regarding the current divorce laws and exploring whether there should be amendments. 

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GDPR - bring on the good vibes

I have to agree with Mr. Lahiri of Egnyte that a good attitude is key to assisting with GDPR compliance. 

There is a lot of negative...

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Employers and working time - a valuable lesson

The headline to this article about a former employee who was awarded €64,000 by the High Court last October is somewhat misleading. The...

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Post Christmas surge in divorce

The Christmas and New Year holiday can be a stressful time for couples, when finances are stretched and relationships strained.

The New...

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D Day

Today is  is dubbed "divorce day" by family lawyers and the media and therefore we expect a huge increase in the volumes of calls we...

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Gender Pay Gap Regulations

I recently posted that the real teeth of the Gender Pay Gap Regulations lay in the potential impact upon an employer's recruitment and...

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

A timely reminder for anyone interested that the next Brabners' HR Forum (Liverpool 18th January: Manchester 25th January) will focus on...

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2018 law review: what's on the agenda?

Our Employment law expert, Richard Thomas, is featured in Lawyer Monthly this month, looking at what legal changes 2018 could be ringing...

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Targeted Job Advertising - Age Discrimination?

Facebook and other online job advertisers are facing criticism because they are allowing recruiters to place job adverts that are only...

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Fat Cat Thursday: the new report

Today’s the day that top bosses will have earnt more than an average worker will earn in a whole year. Here, Jennifer Pinder from our...

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Happy New... Regulation!

Today is the day. After TEN YEARS of speculation, scepticism and scuffling… MiFID II (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II) has...

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Stamp Duty rules on Divorce

With the recent Budget, there have been some important changes to Stamp Duty. 

When divorcing, if both parties retain an interest,...

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Tick tock. Tick tock. Time's up!

Two days into the new year and 2018 has confirmed that female empowerment has not been taking a break over Christmas and New Year. 

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