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Do you have clients running out of space because they are storing too much of their customers’ unwanted property?
Commission, Parliament and Council reach concensus on some proposals.
Pragmatic conclusion to Singapore case on enforcement of Dispute Adjudication Board decision.
Occupants of holiday chalets on the Gower peninsula lost their appeal to have their leases read in such a way so as to avoid exorbitant service charges.
“Incentives will be aligned” with compliance with the Senior Managers Regime.
Settlement must be thought through properly before a deal is concluded as otherwise disappointment can arise, as can be illustrated by a recent decision.
The National Measurement & Regulation Office (no, we hadn’t heard of them before either!) can bring criminal prosecutions.
New legislation has recently been passed to stop you compelling any of your workers who are engaged on a zero-hours contract from working exclusively for you.
An important decision will have an impact for employees and for employers in the tax treatment of certain types of compensation payments to employees on the termination of employment.
The judge refused to grant the defendant permission to pursue a significant counterclaim, but allowed him to amend his defence to include the allegations contained in that counterclaim.
Private residential landlords renting out property in a ‘selective licensing’ area could face a fine of £20,000 and be ordered to pay back rent to their tenants if they don’t have a licence.
There are reportedly 1,500 children born to UK parents in overseas jurisdictions each year.
Goodman Derrick looks back at the Conservative Party’s manifesto pledges to consider the possible impact on HR professionals in the hotel and leisure sector.
You should take great care when agreeing to be ‘bound’ by an adjudicator’s award, as a recent case shows.
Tories plan to raise the IHT threshold to £1m for married couples and civil partners.
Following the introduction of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, the rules on whistleblowing require disclosures made on or after 25 June 2013 to be in the public interest.
Most advertising platforms and social networks now offer targeted services…...
The variable element, ie. the commission or overtime, should be included as ‘remuneration’.
The latest football/finance issue to rear its head is ‘third-party ownership’ of football players.
A number of developments relevant to tax planning were included in the Budget, the key points of which are summarised in this briefing.