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Silence can be fool’s gold: the potentially heavy costs consequences of ignoring an offer to mediate – Robert Rhodes QC, FCIArb and Simon Robinson MCIArb consider the implications of recent Court of Appeal caselaw. ... read more
November 13th, 2013
  Amazing Treasure Trove found – Degenerate art looted by the Nazis A major cache of Nazis looted artwork has been discovered in an 80 year old man’s flat in Schwabing. 1,500 priceless artworks estimated to be worth over a billion Euros was hidden behind large stock piles of rotting old tins of... ... read more
November 5th, 2013
  COME TO A BARRISTER FIRST – THEY’LL GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE WHOLE PROCESS ... read more
October 29th, 2013
Direct Public Access.... where are chambers at?  Chambers and barristers don’t need to procrastinate to make the decision as to where "they" are at, it’s really quite simple, clients and customers are already making it for you...... it's online.  ... read more
October 1st, 2013
Employment disputes in the workplace cost time and money, with the fear of tribunal often acting as a significant barrier for businesses, particularly SMEs. It is often cited a factor in dissuading companies from taking on staff, which could, ultimately, disrupt the growth of their business. ... read more
October 1st, 2013
Cumulative Impact Zones: failure to prepare is preparing to fail by Jeremy Philips ... read more
September 1st, 2013
Commenting on DIY Divorces,  family law specialist Joanna Toch    ... read more
August 30th, 2013
  While hardly cutting the swathes of red tape the government promised, recent changes to the employment tribunal system bring good news for businesses, the most important being more opportunities to nip weak claims in the bud. ... read more
August 1st, 2013

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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 posted on November 5th, 2014