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Blogs on 16/08/17

Jeremy Horton, Personal Injury Partner, live on BBC Radio Kent and BBC South East

Mesothelioma & asbestos claims specialist Jeremy Horton and his client were interviewed by BBC Radio Kent and BBC TV South East on Tuesday 15 August. Read more

Blogs on 15/08/17

Employee Wellbeing rising up the UK Agenda

Data has recently been collected on employee wellbeing programmes from 78 companies certified as Top Employers UK plus 1100 globally. Read more

Client stories on 11/08/17

The High Value TUPE Claim

Our approach to defending our client against various claims relating to an alleged TUPE transfer. Read more

Client stories on 11/08/17

The European Works Council Election

The approach we took to deliver a legally compliant European Works Council for a UK organisation. Read more

Articles on 10/08/17

Protecting your legacy: Avoid family disputes by getting a plan in place early

It has been a principle of English law for some time now, that where someone has reasonably relied on an assurance or promise to their detriment, the law can step in to prevent an unconscionable outcome if that “promise” is, for whatever reason, not then kept. Read more

Articles on 09/08/17

Medical treatments for asbestos-related cancer

Action Mesothelioma Day for Kent & Medway at Chatham dockyards gave valuable insight into medical treatment available to victims of this asbestos-related cancer. Read more

Blogs on 09/08/17

Compensation for asbestos, smoking and lung cancer- is the employer or the victim more to blame?

The Court of Appeal’s decision confirms that where lung cancer has been caused by a combination of asbestos exposure and smoking, the employer must compensate for most of the disease. Read more