A new report has revealed that company directors are more than twice as likely to fall victim to identity fraudsters.
In a decade-long dispute between two global chocolate manufacturers, the London Court of Appeal has ruled that the KitKat bar is not sufficiently distinctive to be awarded a trademark.
The European Court has advised on the rights of workers to holiday leave which, if upheld, could lead to significant costs for so called ‘gig economy’ employers.
HMRC has lately been turning its spotlight on commercial property investors and, in particular, situations involving the non-payment of VAT where there is a transfer of a going concern (TOGC).
A company which ignored the warnings of a health and safety inspector has been handed fines totalling £90,000 by a Crown Court judge.
The body that represents more than six million working people has issued its annual plea, calling on employers to relax workplace dress codes in a bid to help staff keep their cool during higher summer temperatures.
A report by insurance company Aviva suggests that millions of sick employees struggle into work because they are worried about the consequences of taking a sick day.
One of South Essex’s leading law firms is to hold a free logistics seminar to update businesses in the sector on the latest legal, economic and employment matters affecting them.
Recent media reports have shed light on some of the issues which may arise regarding children’s holidays – particularly in cases where parents are separated.
An Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed that a job applicant with Asperger’s Syndrome, who failed a ‘situational judgement’ test, suffered indirect discrimination.