This July RIAA Barker Gillette will be taking part in the LawNet “Yorkshire Three Peaks” Challenge
While we often stop and have a moan about taxes; very little thought is often given to death itself.
Raising funds for the London Legal Support Trust
The standby arrangements for Belgium’s volunteer firefighters are set to cause new headaches across the European Union for employers with workers who are paid flat rates for time on-call or when sleeping in the workplace
It is widely known that you may need planning permission for an extension to your house, or to add a new building to your business complex or even to put up a large wall, but did you know that you may also need permission to put up a sign?
Contrary to popular belief, legally binding contracts don’t always take the form of lengthy written documents
It’s only fair that if your team do a good job, you offer them a reward. Share schemes can act to incentivise a team, or they can turn out to be a pain in the bank account.
Disputes between businesses and customers are common. If you cannot agree a settlement, your business may be called to the Small Claims Court or a higher court.