A manufacturer, of composite hose products, was penalised after an inexperienced agency employee suffered open fractures to his right arm, from being pulled into an operating lathe.
The UK has experienced the largest annual rise in redundancies since 2009, with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic being felt by many employers.
The Government has launched a consultation exploring how artificial intelligence can be used to protect intellectual property (IP) rights holders.
New legislation will prevent the eviction of commercial tenants until at least 2021, it has been announced.
We are excited to announce the launch of an innovative cloud platform, designed to make it easier than ever for people to access our range of legal services.
Eviction hearings are set to resume in courts in England and Wales, with the most serious cases given priority, following a six-month ban on proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected us all in many different ways but it is not affecting our ability to fulfil our clients’ needs. At Palmers Solicitors, the health and well-being of our clients, visitors and colleagues continues to be paramount.
The Prime Minister has reinstated the advice for people to work from home if they can, following an increase in the incidence of Coronavirus in recent weeks.
Plans for the phased reopening of stadiums, business events and conferences on 1 October will now no longer go ahead.
A new study by insolvency trade body R3 has found that 93.7 per cent of practitioners expect a higher number of corporate insolvencies in the next 12 months, with 56.1 per cent saying they expected a ‘significantly higher’ number of cases and action. This would seem to be at odds with the statistics from the Insolvency Service for April, May and June, which show that the number of insolvencies is down respectively by 17, 30 and 50 per cent compared to the same months last year.