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The Court of Appeal has given guidance on how employment tribunals should approach the question of causation in discrimination cases.
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Employers can face serious legal liability if they fail to manage stress appropriately.
Pension scheme rules should be reviewed, as amendments are likely to be required.
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Once accepted onto the Registered Traveller scheme they will enjoy relaxed entry requirements such as using ePassports.
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Including information on driving checks, fees for intervention and sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences.
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Landlord remedies for pursuing tenants for debts have been subject to major change over the last few years; what are the options now for debt recovery?
Landmark judgment clarifies the law on misuse of private information.
Changes have the potential to affect how developments moderate their impact through the use of Section 106 obligations.
This is the last of three articles discussing changes in the law applying to the termination of assured shorthold tenancies (ASTs).
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A quarter of all road traffic incidents involve people driving as part of their work, and taking work-related road risk seriously is a legal requirement.
Article includes practical points that may help insurers.