April 2016 – Lies, damned lies and statistics: The truth about Shared Parental Leave

April 2016 – Lies, damned lies and statistics: The truth about Shared Parental Leave

Welcome to our April blog post in partnership with highly regarded employment team from 5 Essex Court. Five from 5 Clare Harrington and Dan Hobbs, employment barristers from 5 Essex Court  add their ‘Five from 5’ articles to our blog. Most months one of these articles will also link you through to a longer article on their own. Read more

An introduction to prior approval of details

An introduction to prior approval of details

Prior approval is concerned with whether approval is required for specific details or on specific issues before development can take place under certain permitted development rights. Forms of prior approval apply under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 to particular permitted development rights for householders (Part 1), changes of use. Read more

The Politics of Confidentiality

The Politics of Confidentiality

Adrian Laing As we await the judgment of the Supreme Court of England and Wales to determine whether or not to lift a temporary injunction naming a celebrity who apparently engaged, or sought to engage in a ménage-a-trois, it is worth reflecting on the tangled knot of rules and laws relating to the disclosure of. Read more

Termination clauses in an agreement

Termination clauses in an agreement

Deborah Fosbrook The extent of the grounds for termination are very important and the failure to address this issue may have significant financial consequences either to a company or an individual. It is often not appreciated that it is possible to draft specific termination clauses for each of the parties to an agreement with different. Read more

Is a Kettle lawful?

Is a Kettle lawful?

Taken from The Protest Handbook by Tom Wainwright, Anna Morris, Katherine Craig and Owen Greenhall. (Click on the infographic to view larger image).. Read more

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