Unregistered school prosecuted in landmark case
A landmark prosecution has resulted in sanctions being handed down against an unregistered school.
An academy trust was allowed to continue its expansion – planning the takeover of two existing schools and receiving initial DfE approval to open two new free schools – despite having significant financial problems.
The law of intestacy, which governs the distribution of an estate where a person has died without a Will are once again in the spotlight, after it was revealed that US soul singer, Aretha Franklin died without making a Will.
Minimum wage breaches, including breaches of the National Living Wage, have costs workers from across the UK a combined total of £15.6 million in lost wages.
A new study into the ever-growing phenomenon of The Bank of Mum and Dad (BoMaD), has revealed that it continues to be a significant revenue stream for the UK housing market.
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, has said that David Beckham did not escape a recent speeding conviction, as a result of a ‘loophole’, contrary to widespread reporting in the press.
Police are investigating more than 100 reports that an investment firm may have mis-sold trusts which promised to help clients avoid care home fees.
Trouble in the boardroom as shareholder rebellions rise
The number of shareholder rebellions has risen by more than a quarter in 2018, new research reveals.
Proposed laws to remove legal effect of contractual restrictions on invoice receivables
Proposed legislation presented to Parliament this month will stop large organisations placing unfair contractual restrictions on smaller suppliers.
Specialist employment solicitor, Samantha Cass, has joined our Basildon office.