There are several practical steps which businesses should be taking now to prepare themselves for important changes to employment law which will take effect on 6 April 2020.
Recent news of yet another high-profile restaurant group facing the abyss made big headlines: all but three of Jamie Oliver’s 25 UK restaurants have closed, causing 1,000 jobs to be lost and leaving dozens of suppliers out of pocket.
This week the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) formally adopted its Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the first intergovernmental standard on this area.
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.
Despite a possible exit date looming, the majority of UK businesses are unprepared for recruiting talent in a post-Brexit world, new research reveals.
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.
As the BBC have decided to welcome fictional news presenter Alan Partridge back after a 24-year hiatus, the controversial Norwich native is sure to raise some interesting issues for HR to deal with.
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.