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  • Litigation – should you try to score points at every opportunity?

    What will happen if a solicitor seeks to exploit a minor breach of the CPR where the overall litigation is not affected by the breach? In Viridor Waste Management Ltd v Veolia Es Ltd [2015] unreported, the particulars of claim were served on the defendant one day late. The defendant refused to consent to an […] The post Litigation – should you try to score points at every opportunity? appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Exclusivity clauses chopped as stance toughens on ‘abusive’ zero-hours contracts

    The government has delivered one of its General Election pledges – the use of exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts is now banned. The clauses which permitted employers to prohibit staff from working on other contracts whilst offering no guarantee of work had been labelled ‘abusive’ in the party’s manifesto. The new rules, prescribed by the […] The post Exclusivity clauses chopped as stance toughens on ‘abusive’ zero-hours contracts appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Retailers missing out by not going mobile

    We’re told that omni-channel retailing is the way forward if you want to be a successful retailer in today’s world. Well, according to the Centre for Retail Research, UK retailers are still not doing enough… According to the research, UK retailers are collectively missing out on “a staggering £6.6bn a year due to a lack […] The post Retailers missing out by not going mobile appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • A sorry state of affairs for Thomas Cook as backlash continues

    Thomas Cook is paying a heavy price in the media currently, all because it failed to respect the sensitive nature of the inquest procedure. Whether, as in the Thomas Cook case, the death occurred abroad or within the UK, the processes of investigating fatal incidents often takes many years. This can mean that emotions explode […] The post A sorry state of affairs for Thomas Cook as backlash continues appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Deductions for strike action at the rate of one working day

    An employer does not have to pay employees who strike for those periods they are not working. So, how much pay should be deducted? The Court of Appeal decided that, where an employee takes part in a one-day strike, the employer is entitled to withhold one working day’s pay rather than one calendar day where […] The post Deductions for strike action at the rate of one working day appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

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  • Browne Jacobson strengthens its corporate banking team

    Browne Jacobson is continuing to expand its banking presence in the Midlands with the appointment of Associate Marcus Pyke into its banking team in Nottingham in response to a significant rise in instructions from clients across the Midlands market. ...Read More

  • Record growth for Browne Jacobson

    National law firm Browne Jacobson has seen turnover grow 17% to a record £58.9m for 2014-15, up from £50.2m in 2013-14. All five of the firm’s offices posted impressive organic growth figures with the Birmingham office recording a 12% increase in work done, Exeter 40%, London 61%, Manchester 73% and Nottingham 11%. ...Read More

  • Browne Jacobson advised on sale of Zazzle Media to Stickyeyes

    Law firm Browne Jacobson advised Zazzle Media on its sale to digital marketing agency Stickyeyes. ...Read More

  • Law firm appointed approved legal advisers by Churchmarketplace

    Browne Jacobson has been appointed as an approved legal adviser to catholic education establishments by Churchmarketplace, a purchasing consortium representing the 22 Roman Catholic Dioceses in England and Wales. ...Read More

  • Cyber Crime costs rise to $575m

    Specialists in cyber security from the legal, IT, insurance and criminal intelligence professions engaged with over 40 businesses recently at a seminar hosted by JLT Specialty, law firm Browne Jacobson and IT support services provider Pyranet. The seminar aimed to raise awareness of the growing risk of cyber-crime to help the UK become a cyber-secure area for commerce. ...Read More

 

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