When we talk about commercial property, we’re sometimes talking about a commercial lease. So either its creation or its transfer from one party to another.
Parents and primary carers who suffer the loss of a child will be entitled to at least two weeks’ paid parental bereavement leave from April 2020, the government has confirmed.
Lawsuits – even those with unsubstantiated claims – are a risk to every business. The problem for you as a business owner is that lawsuits are time-consuming and expensive to fight.
In light of high profile cases of harassment in the workplace involving Ted Baker chief Ray Kelvin and Topshop owner Sir Philip Green, Emma Bullen from MHR provides practical advice on how employers can protect themselves from sexual harassment claims.
Practically every area of life requires some form of legal advice; taking up a new job, going through a divorce, planning to write a will, selling a property, these are some of the activities of everyday life that are intertwined in law.
As singer Rihanna is taking her father to court in the US in a trademark dispute we look at what business can learn from the Grammy Award winning singer.
The Court of Appeal handed down its decision last week in the ongoing employment status case brought against Uber by a group of London drivers.
The ‘gig economy’ workforce is not only a great resource for businesses, but is an increasingly popular option for many.
Matrimonial Consultant and Family Lawyer Sheela Mackintosh-Stewart shares her advice on how to aid business survival in the event of a marriage breakdown.