This week’s Labour Party conference has been told that ageing technology is likely to stymie proposals to bring about a “digital revolution” in the family courts.
A prominent High Court Judge has said that a new campaign needs to be launched to raise public awareness of Living Wills.
One of York’s leading employment solicitors, Jo Yeates, has said that the recent ruling in the case of Willetts –v- Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council could have a big impact on holiday pay in the UK. When it comes to paying
We were recently shortlisted at the Yorkshire Law Awards for the Employment and Firm of the Year (up to 10 partners) categories.
The number of civil partnerships rose by more than three per cent in 2016, the first such increase since same-sex marriage was introduced four years ago.
British employers are being urged to do more to prevent discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) workers, following the publication of a worrying new study.
The UK’s worsening late payments crisis is taking its toll on the nation’s small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
New research suggests that property transactions fell slightly between July and August this year, but that transactional volumes were still up significantly when compared with figures from 2016.
The Government has put the controversial “flexible court hours” scheme on hold after it was due to be rolled out across family law jurisdictions over the next six weeks.
A new study suggests that almost half of Britons have never discussed Inheritance Tax (IHT) with their family, while just over a quarter (26 per cent) believe that Wills and IHT are ‘not a priority’.