As part of its programme to help tackle and prevent property fraud, the Land Registry has launched a new Form RQ(Co) allowing a company to register a counter-fraud restriction on its registered titles.
Tenants should take note of a Court of Appeal decision that emphasises the need to pay close attention to all the requirements of a break clause, including the formal requirements, and to follow them precisely. The court held that a notice purporting to exercise a break clause in a lease was ineffective because it failed […]
In what appears to be one of the few times that a judge has felt justified in allowing the inspection and imaging of employees’ computers, the High Court has recently ordered that an employer may instruct an independent computer expert to inspect and take images from the personal computers of two former employees.
Come and visit us at NEPIC’s Meet the Members Event on Thursday 5th June at the Excel Centre, Newton Aycliffe. We are hosting a stand alongside 90 other exhibitors looking to meet some of the 450 delegates. The day will be packed full of high-profile speakers and plenty of businesses to find out more about.
Endeavour Partnership’s partner Jamie Brown and Associate Catherine Devereux presented Middlesbrough amateur swimming club chairman with a Teesside Heroes Award, given to unsung community champions by Middlesbrough and Teesside Philanthropic Society.
In Punjab National Bank (International) Limited and others v Gosain UKEAT/0003/14, the EAT held that covert recordings of public and private conversations by an employee at disciplinary and grievance meetings were admissible in evidence and could be considered by the Tribunal when it came to determining the case at full hearing.
In the recent case of Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills v Knight UKEAT/0073/13, the EAT considered whether a managing director and sole shareholder who had not received salary for two years could be an employee and therefore entitled to a redundancy payment from the Insolvency Service under section 166 of ERA 1996.
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