Covid-19: Steps that directors should consider in fulfilling their duties
As part of their crisis management response to the Covid-19 crisis, Boards of Directors should take appropriate steps to safeguard their employees and mitigate their business risks going forward. Ideally,…Read More
Covid-19: who bears the loss?
All the news is about Coronavirus and its dangers to people, society and, in third place, the economy. As well as human tragedies, we are facing unprecedented disruption to work…Read More
Lesley Sullivan wins WIBA Outstanding Legal Services Personality of the Year Award 2020
Excello private client lawyer Lesley Sullivan has won the Downtown Women in Business Award (WIBA) for Outstanding Legal Services Personality of the Year 2020. The awards recognise the best female…Read More
Property development expert Peter Marsden joins Excello Law in the North West
Property development and real estate lawyer Peter Marsden has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law in the North West, from his role as legal director and board director at Harrow…Read More
Hampshire divorce and family lawyer Naomi Lelliott joins Excello Law
Naomi Lelliott, a divorce, family and collaborative lawyer based in Hampshire, has joined Excello Law from specialist family law practitioners, Sousa Law in Southampton. Naomi qualified in 2012, specialising in…Read More
Unconscious bias – there must surely be a sell-by date on such justification?
The issue of equal pay for women is far from resolved. The Equal Pay Act 1970, first made it law that men and women should be paid and treated equally…Read More
How a Supreme Court ruling can benefit push payment fraud victims
Authorised push payment fraud is becoming ever more sophisticated and increasingly prevalent in the UK: during the first half of 2019, Britons lost £207 million in these frauds, up by…Read More
Implications for UK employers of points-based immigration system
Although their election manifesto was policy light, one Conservative pledge stood out: the introduction of ‘a firmer and fairer’ Australian-style points-based system to control immigration. Successful applicants (only the best…Read More
Private client lawyer Lesley Sullivan shortlisted for Women in Business Awards 2020 – vote now!
Lesley Sullivan, a private client lawyer who joined us in Liverpool last autumn, has been shortlisted for the Downtown Women in Business Awards 2020 for Outstanding Legal Services Personality of…Read More
Private client lawyer Emilda Morgans joins Excello Law in Sheffield
Emilda Morgans, a private client lawyer based in Sheffield, has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law. Emilda has practised in the city since qualifying in 1993 and has worked as…Read More
Employee, consultant, worker, director? Responsibility for worker tax status transfers to employers
Changes to the IR35 tax regime, in force for some time in the public sector, are being extended to private sector employers from 6 April 2020. IR35 Responsibility for deciding…Read More