School business leaders feel undervalued and do not believe they receive a salary that reflects the importance of their role, according to a new survey.
A landmark Appeal Court ruling means that homeowners who are blighted by Japanese Knotweed growing on neighbouring land, will now have legal redress.
Following a high-profile Government announcement that motorists who pass within 1.5 metres of cyclists will be fined, a road traffic legal expert has claimed that there will be no real change in practical terms.
One of the fundamental requirements of a Will has always been that the document is ‘signed’ in the presence of at least two witnesses who must in turn confirm this by signing the Will themselves.
A new report has revealed the UK is leaving medical and care preferences to chance.
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 recent increase in Employment Tribunals – resulting in a backlog of cases – has led to a new recruitment drive to help clear it.
An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has resulted in a substantial fine for a Kent-based TV studio.
Another possible nail in the coffin of the so-called ‘gig economy’ was delivered this month, when the Supreme Court backed a plumber in the case against his former employer.
The Property Ombudsman’s (TPO) annual report suggests that the thorny issue of landlord and tenant disputes is on the rise.