A prominent road traffic solicitor has responded to the announcement by the Government that it will consider an offence of ‘death by dangerous cycling’ by saying that encouraging the police to enforce the existing rules of the road would be more effective in preventing deaths.
People who die without a Will could see their loved ones lose out financially, their children placed with people they would not wish them to be left with and potentially spark costly and damaging disputes amongst those left behind.
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An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a recruitment company’s failure to provide an employee with reasonable remuneration amounted to unfair constructive dismissal.
A new report has recommended that the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) should team up with other organisations in its efforts to crack down on the rising threat of organised crime and illicit trade.
A contractor who claimed he had not been paid for the work he had done on a residential development, decided to take the law into his own hands by demolishing five newly built homes with a digger.
An employment tribunal appeal has found that a leaked internal email and a conversation overheard in a pub are not protected by legal professional privilege because they suggested some form of deception.
Company fined after worker killed
Abbey Forged Products Ltd, a hot meal forging company based in Sheffield has been sentenced for safety breaches following the death of a worker.
Employers who expect their staff to work out of hours could be at risk of heavy penalties after a businesswoman was awarded £6,750 for being required to answer emails out of work.