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June 2017 Newswire  
 

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Hethertons Services for Businesses

Our aim is to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us. This newswire will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

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  A new addition to our employment department


 

Hethertons has bolstered its team with the arrival of an experienced employment law specialist.

David Scott has been appointed as a Senior Associate Solicitor in our award-winning department.

 
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  Scepticism about overhaul of late payment rules


 

A clear majority of small businesses do not think that changes to late payment laws will solve the ongoing problems experienced by firms nationwide.

A new study suggests that some 74 per cent of SMEs are sceptical that the recent implementation of the ‘Duty to Report’ measures will make any material difference.

 
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  Hethertons steps in to offer drop-in sessions


 

Hethertons will be hosting free employment law drop-in sessions in response to the plight of Citizens Advice York.

The charity has been forced to halve the number of advice sessions it can offer due to a fall in its income.

 
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  Site goes up for sale for £32million


 

The owners of a major development in Yorkshire have put the site up for sale.

Allied London announced this month that it was putting its interest in Leeds Dock – an office and leisure hub – on the market. They are hoping for offers of more than £32million.

 
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  Firms can’t afford to turn a blind eye to legal issues


 

Recent research suggests that the nation’s SMEs are running up bills of some £13billion a year because they are not keeping on top of legal issues.

According to the analysis, carried out by polling company YouGov, disputes can cost £1.7billion and issues relating to employees and contractors adding up to £1.6billion.

 
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