Last year was a year of headlines for women’s rights with the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements shining the spotlight on inequality and abuse.
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.
As October marks Cyber Security Month, there’s no better time for small businesses to take a look at their handling of company data.
Matrimonial Consultant and Family Lawyer Sheela Mackintosh-Stewart shares her advice on how to aid business survival in the event of a marriage breakdown.
Europe’s highest court has backed Christian Louboutin in its battle to protect its distinctive red soles.
Breakthroughs are constantly open to criticism. Whether it’s a technological marvel or a new government policy, each new idea is put to the test and judged by the masses, and the authorities.
The wisdom of couples putting cohabitation agreements in place before they move in together is obvious.
Financial professionals need to ensure they’re equipped to spot signs of money laundering within their company, as the European Commission continues to introduce tough new laws.
The taxation of profits from businesses or individuals trading in UK property (dealing in or developing land in the UK) ultimately depended on the residence of the person undertaking the venture.