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Supporting charity’s will writing campaign

3 February 2016

Carter Lemon Camerons has given its backing to the Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘Will to Remember’ scheme.

New “duty to refer” SMEs hoped to improve access to finance

2 February 2016

Rejections from banks have traditionally meant significant blocks to funding and growth for small business owners, but SMEs are now …

Former RBS director wins age discrimination appeal after being refused voluntary redundancy

27 January 2016

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) has considered the question of comparators in an age discrimination claim including whether the circumstances …

Shareholders left fuming over Tobacco chief’s new £10m pay plan

26 January 2016

British American Tobacco, The FTSE 100 giant behind Benson & Hedges, has angered its key investors by proposing performance-connected share …

Company’s request did not amount to race discrimination

19 January 2016

An employer’s request for a member of their staff not to speak her first language while at work did not …

Buy-to-let investors to challenge tax hike in court

13 January 2016

Two landlords incensed by Chancellor George Osborne’s buy-to-let changes are attempting to take him to court.

The right paperwork and inventory could save landlords £4.5bn a year

6 January 2016

New figures have revealed that landlords are forking out a massive £4.5bn every year for property damage caused by tenants.

AB InBev acquires Camden Town Brewery

22 December 2015

Camden Town Brewery – one of London’s most successful craft beer companies – is to become a wholly owned subsidiary …

Debate continues over no-fault divorce

8 December 2015

A No Fault Divorce Bill is to receive a second reading in the new year, Parliament has confirmed.

YouGov survey: only seven per cent of people create a lasting power of attorney

20 November 2015

A recent report by Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) – a UK legal organisation that focuses on issues such as …