Bexley Beaumont Employment Partner Alex Clements writes that whilst the latest Office for National Statistics release on short-term migration might feature data compiled during the pandemic, it still highlights critical issues for the UK’s workforce.
Bexley Beaumont Environmental Partner Emma Tattersdill writes how new figures show that local authorities are making use of powers to penalise householders who don’t comply with a legal responsibility to help tackle fly-tipping. However, she explains that there remains debate about whether even more could done to eradicate the problem.
Bexley Beaumont Employment Senior Associate Alice Kinder explains that delays in the time taken to process Employment Tribunal claims could have significant and costly consequences for employees and employers alike.
Bexley Beaumont Finance Litigation Partner Phil Sheard provides an update on his successful case where the Judge’s finding on the no set-off clause reinforced the position that the exclusion of “any right of set off” means just that. Any means any!
Bexley Beaumont Real Estate Disputes Partner Rachael McConaghie in her latest article discusses rights of way issues and explains they are frequently the cause of disputes between neighbours. Rachael states that failing to check whether residential properties are subject to rights of way, and adhering to them if they exist, can be a costly oversight.
In her latest article, Partner Melissa Worth explains the importance of limitation periods and why a claimant should not delay in obtaining legal advice about a dispute. Melissa explains that claimants do not have an indefinite amount of time to issue proceedings in court and limitation periods exists to limit the period within which a claimant can commence legal proceedings.
In her latest article CEO Karen Bexley discusses her thoughts on the benefits of a Team Culture and the link between collaboration, team culture and personal growth.
Bexley Beaumont Partner Melissa Worth discusses the recent court case of Fenchurch Advisory Partners LLP v AA Limited and whether it is possible for a professional to seek recovery of their fees even if their client has not signed their contract.
Bexley Beaumont Senior Employment Associate Alice Kinder has been featured in The Times (9th March 2023) commenting on the delays at employment tribunals and the consequences to both businesses and employees.
Bexley Beaumont Senior Associate Alice Kinder writes that even though a Government consultation on an important Supreme Court decision regarding holiday pay may ultimately provide employers with greater clarity, companies can’t afford to wait for the outcome if they are to avoid potentially costly employment law claims.