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Fact sheets on 23/06/17

Hot employment topics during the summer holidays

With holiday season upon us, employers are busy at this time of year with requests for annual leave. We look at some of the hot topics to consider as employees request and take annual leave over the summer months. Read more

Fact sheets on 16/06/17

General Data Protection Regulation

The GDPR will replace the Data Protection Directive with effect from 25 May 2018. This change is intended to respond to new technological developments and to put in place a consistent framework for the protection of personal data. Read more

Articles on 16/06/17

Where does a hung parliament leave Brexit?

Brachers expert says a worse deal and a significant increase in litigation could be on the cards. Read more

Blogs on 15/06/17

Carers Week: The forgotten victims

A brief look at the issues faced by those caring for brain injured claimants. Read more

Blogs on 14/06/17

Court of Appeal reduces husband’s divorce pay out in short marriage

The Court of Appeal has recently ruled that a husband was not entitled to an equal division of the matrimonial assets upon the breakdown of their two year childless marriage. Read more

Fact sheets on 14/06/17


TUPE is a complex piece of UK employment law which gives effect to the EU Acquired Rights Directive. Read more

Articles on 07/06/17

What is ‘Testamentary Freedom’?

How the concept of testamentary freedom has evolved since 1870 and what can be done to maximise the prospect of enjoying this particular freedom today. Read more