Our autumn employment law seminars are on the subject of ‘atypical working’. We are hosting two events – one on Wednesday 15th October at The Wynyard Rooms and the second on Tuesday 21st October at the Wilton Centre. Click onto the links for further information.
The High Court has clarified who is responsible for business rates following disclaimer of a lease. The court held that a landlord (as freehold owner) was liable to pay business rates for an empty property following disclaimer of the tenant’s lease. The landlord had an immediate right to possession even though it had not physically […]
It is a common misconception that only the private use of a company asset can give rise to a taxable benefit. Owner-managers, who invariably have power and control over assets, need to be particularly aware that business use of a company asset may give rise to a taxable benefit.
Maximus has been awarded the new government funded occupational health service. The service will provide occupational health assessments and assist employees to return to work who have been absent for four weeks or more. It will be launched on a phased basis in 2014 and is expected to be fully running by May 2015. Further […]
Come along to our stand at Danby Show on Wednesday 13th August where we will be giving away sweets and gifts for children. There is a full programme of events for all the family. Take a look at the website for further information and directions.
With the unstoppable rise of social media in the modern world many organisations have started to question the legal status of “hashtags” (commonly used on the popular social media site Twitter) as a form of intellectual property.
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