With icy conditions sweeping across the UK during February, Palmers’ road traffic offences expert has issued a timely warning to drivers who venture out on the roads.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics show a small increase in house prices in the last year.
Following a report which has revealed that Basildon is amongst the top areas in the UK for business start-ups, the commercial law team at Palmers are urging new entrepreneurs to take steps to ensure that any future ‘battles in the boardroom’ do not wreck their business ventures.
At Palmers Solicitors, we understand the value of building a solid circle of professional contacts, which is why we are pleased to invite you to our next BASS Business Breakfast.
The decision by an experienced BBC journalist to resign from her role as the corporation’s China editor has put the issue of pay equality back in the spotlight.
Palmers Solicitors successful in assisting contractor to adjudicate final account dispute
Our team recently succeeded in assisting a contractor caught up in a complex account dispute regarding a hotel refurbishment in Jersey – which resulted in a highly unusual outcome for a case of this kind.
Landlords who have failed to provide assured shorthold tenants with a new statutory booklet at the beginning of their tenancy may run into complications if a landlord-tenant dispute should arise.
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a senior teacher who showed a violent Halloween film to a group of teenage students, had suffered disability discrimination.
Diversion fraud – police issue warning to schools
A police warning has been issued to both private and state schools after a recent spate of fraudulent activity involving scam emails that are targeting payments from parents.
How will Carillion collapse affect schools?
There are calls for the Department for Education to explain how the collapse of Carillion will impact schools.