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FLEXIBLE WORKING TIME – HOW TO DEAL WITH IT?
Posted September, 2016 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to Flexible Working Time.Read more

POST-EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS
Posted September, 2016 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to Post-Employment Restrictive Covenants.Read more

WHISTLEBLOWING
Posted March, 2016 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to Whistleblowing.Read more

NEGOTIATION OF DEBT REDUCTION IN RELATION TO INSOLVENCY
Posted February, 2016 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to debt reduction in relation to insolvency.Read more

WHAT IS INSOLVENCY FINANCE?
Posted February, 2016 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to insolvency financeRead more

DEBT COLLECTION BY SMALL BUSINESSES
Posted November, 2015 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to debt collection by small businesses.Read more

LITIGATION FUNDING
Posted September, 2015 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

These notes set out some issues in relation to costs of litigation claims and the funding options of litigation claims.Read more

COMPANY DIRECTORS / BANK & OTHER GUARANTEES
Posted January, 2014 by srlaw
This is a preliminary article and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice. It highlights some of the main considerations which may apply.

I would at first mention that I have been providing advice in relation to Bank and other guarantees for many years. This is both in relation to the initial giving of the guarantees and also the defence of legal claims brought under such guarantees Read more

VARIOUS WAYS OF FINANCING THE BRINGING OF AN EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL CLAIM
Posted December, 2014 by srlaw
This is a practical article, the contents of which you will not find in any text books on Employment Law.

The information is gained from practical experience (acquired over the years) in the filing and running of Employment Tribunal claims. The claim commences by the filing of Form ET1 with accompanying grounds of complaint and (preferably) a schedule of loss. The employer then subsequently files an ET3 response/ defence …Read more

PRELIMINARY NOTE IN RELATION TO ANNULMENT OF BANKRUPTCY ORDERS
Posted on April 15, 2013 by srlaw
This is a preliminary advice note and is no substitute for the taking of detailed legal advice in what may relate to potentially a very complex legal position.

We would at first note that it is not uncommon for bankruptcy orders to be made against individuals without their knowledge. Common situations include where the creditor obtains an order for substituted service at an address at which the individual no longer lives – but service at which address becomes legally effective …Read more

STRESS AT WORK CAUSED BY BULLYING/HARASSMENT AT WORK
Posted on January 8, 2013 by srlaw
This is an Introductory Note to Employees as a preliminary advice and is not a substitute for taking detailed legal advice in relation to your situation, which may be legally complicated.

Work related stress is unfortunately very common. This normally starts by a new line manager being appointed, who takes a dislike to a member of staff (“the employee”).The line manager commences a campaign to attempt to make the employee leave the company …Read more

SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS (formerly known as compromise or severance agreements) –
A PRELIMINARY NOTE TO EMPLOYEES. Posted on August 14, 2012 by srlaw
This is a preliminary advice note and is not a substitute for taking detailed legal advice in relation to your situation, which may be legally complicated.

Compromise agreements are a relatively common way of ending an employment relationship.  Under the terms of the Agreement the employee receives a lump sum payment and the agrees to accept the money in settlement of all claims past, present or future which the employee has or may possess as against the employer,Read more


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