A pensioner who was left out of his father’s £2.4 million fortune because he was an ‘unwanted war baby’ has won his High Court fight for a share of the family fortune.
What happens if I have been unfairly dismissed?
Whether you have been made redundant without substantial notice, sacked on the spot or asked to leave following a period of tension, losing a job can be a stressful experience – and in some cases, you might feel that your employer’s decision was unfair.
The High Court has been asked to rule on a party wall dispute, following damage to a £100,000 luxury kitchen.
Why a new Will is important when tying the knot
Many couples who are planning a wedding in 2020 and beyond will be busy booking the venue, organising the photographer and perhaps even writing personalised vows to each other.
A recent review conducted by the Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) has suggested recommendations for the Government to introduce a modern digital system for Inheritance Tax (IHT).
According to the latest research, 44 per cent of employees with mental health conditions are not aware that their condition could be classed as a disability and are missing out on legal protections in the workplace.
Calling everyone involved in the Property and Construction industries – we have just the tonic to put an end to the January blues!
Alongside Brexit and the change in the state of the parties at Westminster, 2020 is expected to see the implementation of several long-trailed changes to employment law.
A textile designer and distributor has settled a copyright claim after its “bestselling” product was unlawfully copied.
Employers who attempt to ban workplace relationships need to carefully balance the need to protect their staff with their employees’ right to a private life.