What employers need to know about settlement agreements
When employers are faced with potential claims from their employees it is quite common for them to enter into settlement agreements to resolve the dispute. However, not every claim can…Read More
Commercial litigation specialist Sarah Nolan joins new-model firm Excello Law
Sarah Nolan, a specialist in commercial litigation and insolvency, has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law from the Jackson Lees Group where she was a director and Head of Commercial. …Read More
Are auditors to blame for Britain’s high-street woes?
Everyone has felt the effects of a long cold winter. But this year, it was particularly bitter for some of Britain’s best-known retailers. Toys ‘R’ Us will soon be no…Read More
Cutting the red tape: a potential boon to business from Brexit
Does Britain have a clear 2020 vision? Over halfway through the two-year time limit prescribed by the terms of Article 50, but with no Brexit deal yet in sight, several…Read More
International business and corporate lawyer Richard Ding joins Excello Law
Business and corporate specialist Richard Ding, a dual qualified lawyer in both Malaysia and England, has joined new-model firm Excello Law. Richard trained and qualified with Zaid Ibrahim & Co…Read More
Social media and the workplace in the #MeToo era
Quickly following on from the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the #MeToo hashtag went viral across all forms of social media. After it first appeared on Twitter, the hashtag was used 850,000…Read More
New regional business development ambassador appointments for London & Yorkshire
New-model firm Excello Law has appointed two new regional business development ambassadors. Employment lawyer Hina Belitz will focus on central London, and fellow employment lawyer Matthew Yates will cover Yorkshire….Read More
Is it time to accept coworking and flexible working as the new normal?
Ask someone to list innovative companies which have become notable disruptors in their market and they invariably respond with two names – Uber and Airbnb. That is because both brands…Read More
Women still await their seat at the law firm partnership table
Women in law firms will not achieve parity with men at a senior partnership level until 2037, even though most entrants to the legal profession have been female for more…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More