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The importance of thorough investigation in disciplinaries
When an employer is considering dismissing an employee for conduct issues, it must ensure that it has carried out a
Employment Law Review Welcome to the third edition of our employment newsletter, where we focus on new developments, case law
Winding Up is back but not if you are a Landlord.
The start of October heralds a gentle resumption of winding up petitions against companies being available but not if you
Redundancy – Do employers have to offer a right of appeal? Anyone who has been through a redundancy process, whether
The Equality Act 2010 sets out various types of discrimination which most employers are aware of (direct, indirect, harassment and
Welcome to the second edition of our newsletter, where we focus on new developments, case law updates and hot topics
BBS Law are delighted to congratulate our clients, the shareholders of Forge (We Are Forge) on its acquisition by Yardi. Dov Black
By the BBS Employment Team, June 2021 It has been almost 15 months since the UK first went into a
Employee Ownership Trust
An employee ownership trust (commonly called an EOT) is an ownership structure for private companies introduced by legislation in 2014
No Title Guarantee
The inclusion of a few words in a property contract can ensure that the buyer receives the benefit of implied