UK vacuum cleaner inventor and entrepreneur, Sir James Dyson, has won a surprise victory in the European courts, after claiming that EU rules unfairly penalised his company’s vacuum cleaners.
In the wake of this month’s crippling global cyber-attack, businesses are being urged to ensure that their IT security protection is up to date to prevent the risk of falling prey to hackers.
An Employment Appeal Tribunal’s (EAT) decision regarding staff who are required to ‘sleep in’ as part of their duties, could have wage cost implications for the social care sector.
Two companies have between them been fined more than £600,000, after health and safety breaches left a delivery worker with serious multiple injuries.
An Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed that a job applicant with Asperger’s Syndrome, who failed a ‘situational judgement’ test, suffered indirect discrimination.
Overseas property owners may not be able to rely on agreements which currently allow estates spread across multiple jurisdictions to be dealt with under English law, after the UK leaves the EU in two years’ time.
Former Manchester United footballer, Ryan Giggs, is attempting to persuade judges that his estranged wife should receive less than half of his assets, because of his alleged ‘genius status.’
A High Court Judge has ruled that a woman who painted red and white stripes on her Kensington townhouse did not act unlawfully in her choice of colour scheme.
Residential care providers are taking legal action against Essex County Council following claims that the low fees they are paid to deliver adult residential care services are “unsustainable.”
One of the UK’s largest housebuilders has apologised to thousands of its customers for putting in place spiralling leasehold deals which have been described by MPs as “a national scandal.”