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February 13, 2018 in News

Never assume ‘it goes without saying’ in contract wording

Two parties negotiate and agree the terms of a contract, which they put in writing and sign.  Some time later one or other party realises that the contract does not…

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February 7, 2018 in News

Equal pay disparity – what are the legal solutions?

Following Carrie Gracie’s resignation as BBC China editor, when she accused her employer of paying women less than men for equal work, the conversation has moved on from gender pay…

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January 10, 2018 in News

New book focuses on employment law issues for 21st century businesses

Excello employment lawyer Sarah King has published her first book focusing on employment law issues for 21st century businesses.  Called ‘The Evolution of Work’, the book is a practical and…

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January 5, 2018 in News

Law firms must embrace flexible working to achieve gender parity

Women will not achieve parity with men at a senior partnership level in law firms until 2037, at least according to BPP University Law School’s recent report on the UK’s…

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December 18, 2017 in News

Excello Law shortlisted for ABS of the Year in Modern Law Awards

National, new-model law firm Excello Law has been shortlisted in the Modern Law Awards 2017/18 for ABS (Alternative Business Structure) of the Year. Founded in 2009 as one of the…

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December 18, 2017 in News

Excello Law wins ABS of the Year in Modern Law Awards

National, new-model law firm Excello Law has won the ABS (Alternative Business Structure) of the Year award at the Modern Law Awards 2017/18. Founded in 2009 as one of the…

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December 18, 2017 in News

The impact of acrimonious family breakdowns on children

The issue of single parent families has attracted the attention of headline writers for more than a generation. But in the reporting of data relating to them, much of it…

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December 11, 2017 in News

Gig economy workers should not be criticised for defending their rights

The gig economy and workers’ rights are among the most prominent themes of our age. In the future of employment – in particular, what it means to be employed or…

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December 5, 2017 in News

At what point is it a legally binding and enforceable contract?

Once people have agreed the essential terms of a contract, the one remaining issue for it to be legally binding and enforceable is whether or not the parties intended it…

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November 30, 2017 in News

Employment lawyer Chris Pavlou joins Excello Law

Employment lawyer Chris Pavlou has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law from his role as a senior associate at Brabners LLP, primarily working across the north west. Chris qualified in…

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November 28, 2017 in News

Litigation overload for divorced couple fighting over alleged undisclosed assets after 26 years

The case of Jarndyce and Jarndyce, as Charles Dickens called it, is well-known to every student of Law, and of English Literature, as an epic legal battle. An entirely imaginary…

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November 22, 2017 in News

Excello Law secures victory for former UK-resident taxpayer living abroad against HMRC in landmark ruling

National law firm Excello Law has successfully brought a Judicial Review against HMRC on behalf of its client Tony Micheal Jimenez, in the case of Tony Micheal Jimenez -v- HM…

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