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myBarrister is the first direct access online portal to launch a dedicated app ... read more
November 21st, 2014
Next month, a new shared parental leave (SPL) regime comes into force. The SPL allows working couples whose babies are born on or after 5th April 2015 to share maternity leave and pay. ... read more
November 11th, 2014
Following a change in the law that requires employers to provide pensions automatically for their employees - “automatic enrolment” - The Pensions Regulator issued 162 compliance notices between April and August 2014. These statutory notices give employers a deadline within which to take certain... ... read more
November 6th, 2014
Following a ruling yesterday by the Employment Appeal Tribunal, employees who have worked regular overtime may be able to claim extra holiday pay. Until now, employers generally pay ... read more
November 5th, 2014
Writing in The Law Society Gazette, Rachel Rothwell welcomes the expansion of litigation funding to lower value cases. ... read more
October 29th, 2014
The president of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, has publicly questioned whether divorce should remain subject to judicial supervision and whether the grounds for divorce should be simplified. ... read more
October 24th, 2014
Press Release 20 October 2014 myBarrister signs exclusive partnership with Augusta Ventures to provide its direct access barristers with Augusta’s unique claimant financing product. ... read more
October 23rd, 2014
Many women feel vulnerable when they become pregnant. They are not sure where they stand when it comes to maternity leave. Reassurance comes from knowing your rights, writes Susan Belgrave, a myBarrister barrister who is an expert on employment law. Don’t hesitate to consult an expert as well. ... read more
September 4th, 2014
Joanna Toch, family law barrister at myBarrister, recently wrote for Female First about the rights of unmarried cohabiting. While the law is uncertain and being reviewed, she strongly recommends writing agreements down. ... read more
September 4th, 2014


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