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  • Succinct High Court judgment given in dilapidations dispute

    The recent dilapidations case of Consortium Commercial Developments Limited v ABB Limited is definitely worth a read. It’s a short judgment but contains a number of useful tips which are likely to be of interest to clients and all levels of dilapidations professionals. By way of a quick summary: The Deputy High Court Judge was […] The post Succinct High Court judgment given in dilapidations dispute appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Employers to save £millions following cap on deduction of wages claims

    Following a number of high-profile holiday pay claims such as the Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton case, employers now face the risk of backdated claims for unpaid holiday pay which could go as far back as 1998. Provided, that is, a chain of deductions existed which is not broken by any gaps of three months’ […] The post Employers to save £millions following cap on deduction of wages claims appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Exclusions on the rise – why?

    In 2013-2014 there was a significant rise in fixed-term exclusions, compared to the previous year. This is reportedly due to an increase in assaults against staff – which have risen by a quarter in primary schools. Why has there been such a dramatic increase? Well, I can hazard a few guesses as to some contributory […] The post Exclusions on the rise – why? appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Less street lighting has no impact on collisions, says report

    With two thirds of councils switching off or dimming street lighting to save money a new report, which found no evidence of a link between reduced street lighting and night-time collisions, will bring comfort. However this conflicts with research by the Highways Agency showing road lighting actually reduces road accidents at night, while evidence from […] The post Less street lighting has no impact on collisions, says report appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • The cost of court closures

    Justice Secretary Michael Gove has compiled a list of 91 courts across England and Wales which are deemed surplus to requirements. This includes 57 magistrate courts, 19 county courts, 2 crown courts, 4 tribunal hearing centres and 9 combined courts. Government consultation is in progress and will run until 8 October 2015. The North East […] The post The cost of court closures appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

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