UNISON sought judicial review of the Fees Order because it unlawfully prevents/restricts access to justice.
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 at 6:30pm
This summer has seen dress codes being re-written by Royalty, MPs and now the Anglican church, leaving many wondering where they stand in the workplace.
Standard property enquiries seem to get longer and longer and providing replies can be an onerous task.
Accurate calculations of the National Minimum Wage continue to cause headaches for employers, with an employment tribunal acknowledging the complexity, saying there is no single key to unlock every case.
On 10 July 2017, in the case of Chesterton Global Ltd (t/a Chestertons) & Anor v Nurmohamed, the Court of Appeal reached a decision after considering the meaning of the words ‘in the public interest’.
Businesses have new deadlines to comply with regulations around transparency of ownership under the so-called ‘PSC’ regime.
Time to get excited?
Once again, RIAA Barker Gillette are proud to support The Bartlett School of Architecture, (UCL)’s Summer Show, showcasing work from UG4.
While pre-nuptial agreements are becoming more and more popular, many still see them as cynical and unromantic. After all, why would you want to marry someone if you thought you might break up with them? However, it may be worth thinking of a pre-nuptial agreement as an “insurance policy” rather than a “break-up agreement”.