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Apr
26
April Training Trends
Do you need to “up-skill” your HR team? Do you have junior team members in need of a employment law update course, or a refresher course for maternity returners? Need a course that fits with the “real world” and doesn’t take your people out of the office full time? If so, please read our April Training Trends for information about our NEW HR Masterclass.
Apr
26
Boyes Turner team led by Kate Eavis assist Auto Trader in latest acquisition
Boyes Turner is proud to have assisted Auto Trader in its latest acquisition. The Boyes Turner team was led by partner Kate Eavis.
Apr
25
ICO requests feedback on profiling under GDPR
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a feedback request to UK businesses on profiling and automated decision making.
Apr
19
Update on the Gender Pay Gap Regulations
New Gender Pay Gap Reporting (GPG) guidance has been published by ACAS. For details about this new guidance which has answered some difficult questions and issues for organisations, read on...
Apr
18
Court of Appeal interprets scope of right of way over shared private driveway
In the recent case of Shaw v Grouby & another, several properties had been built in the grounds of a former manor house near Swindon. The original agreement between the owners of the manor house and the other properties included a right of way over a private driveway that served the manor house.
Apr
13
The Fourth Edition of the Consumer Code for House Builders – April 2017
The Fourth Edition of the Consumer Code for House Builders (the “Code”) came into effect on 1 April 2017.
Apr
12
WhatsApp in the workplace = fines for the unwary
Most employees use social media in the workplace and most employers accept a “reasonable” level of usage by employees. However, it is important for employers have social media policies in place and that employees are aware of their duty to use social media responsibly.
Apr
07
Probate Fee Increase in Doubt
The implementation of new fees for Grants of Probate has been thrown into doubt, following a report this week by a parliamentary committee.
Apr
05
Flippin’ mortgages!!
When assembling sites, it is not uncommon for a developer or land trader to acquire land which is not strictly needed for the intended development. An example of this is where a landowner refuses to sell just vacant land (a garden for example) but insists that the developer must also acquire the related dwelling as well.
Apr
05
Business Protection vs TUPE
What happens when an employee serving notice informs the employer of their objection to a transfer? Does this terminate the employment? What happens to their post termination restrictions?

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