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Sexual harassment myth busters – banter

Claims of harassment, be they current or historical, are everywhere at the moment. Regardless of your view on the legitimacy of some of these, what is undeniable is that employers can’t continue to make allowances for the types of conduct that are being reported without risking significant legal...

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Family Law

Pre-Nuptial Agreements - are they legal?

Following the recent recommendation of the Law Commission that pre-nuptial agreements should be made law, there has undoubtedly been a ...

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Data Law

How will Brexit affect GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become part of UK law on 25 May 2018, but many businesses will undoubtedly be...

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Scots Law

Managing Redundancies in Scotland

On establishment of the Scottish parliament in July 1999, employment rights and duties and industrial relations were matters which...

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Common Law

What rights do cohabiting couples have?

Over three million people in the UK currently choose to cohabit, rather than entering into a marriage or civil partnership. While...

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No such thing as a ‘quickie divorce’

The ‘quickie divorce’ is a phrase and process allegedly reserved exclusively for celebrities and the ultra-wealthy. It is...

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Children Cases

A quick guide to child maintenance

All parents with children aged up to 16 years old have a duty to cover the cost of their children’s upbringing. This can be complex...

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