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Welcome to the Browne Jacobson news and media pages. Here you can find the latest news and information about our business as well as in-depth articles on the latest changes in legislation.

If you are a journalist looking for expert input, we have a team of media trained professionals available to comment on the latest legal developments. Please contactLakhbir Rakar for more information.

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24 November 2017 Employees behaving badly - dealing with performance issues

Employers have to manage their employees for all sorts of reasons: poor performance, sickness absence or misconduct.

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13 November 2017 Religious beliefs vs mental disorder in mental health tribunals (DL-H v West London Mental Health Trust and another)

The recent case, DL-H v West London Mental Health Trust and another, provides helpful clarification on the issue of religious beliefs versus mental disorder, which is a common issue that mental health tribunals engage with

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10 November 2017 Overage provisions watch out for the what ifs

A recent High Court ruling emphasises that courts are generally reluctant to allow developers to escape liability to make an overage payment.

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10 November 2017 Business Property Relief and company groups

Stephen Howe looks at correspondence between Pump Court Tax Chambers barrister, Emma Chamberlain OBE, and HMRC which assessed the impact of horizontal and multiple levels of holding companies and sub-groups on the availability of business property relief (BPR).

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27 October 2017 Don't get caught out by anti-social networking in the workplace

Every individual has the right to freedom of expression under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. This is not an unlimited freedom, however, and the right can be limited as is appropriate in a democratic society.

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28 June 2017 Car Giant Limited & Acredart Limited v London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham [2017] EWHC 197 (TCC) and [2017] EWHC 464 (TCC)

This article looks at the case of Car Giant Limited & Acredart Limited v London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham [2017] EWHC 197 (TCC).

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27 June 2017 First Tower Trustees Limited and another v CDS (Superstores International) Limited – a potpourri of interesting points

This case arose out of a misleading reply given to a pre-contract enquiry and, in reaching his conclusion, Mr Michael Brindle QC had to tackle a variety of issues of general interest in the conveyancing process.

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20 June 2017 Tech hotspots north of London

For 10 years now, I, like many other tech-focussed advisers based outside London, have worked from both London and the regional markets interchangeably.

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31 May 2017 GDPR - one year to go and counting - what you need to know

In the wake of the recent ransomware attack and fines on Facebook and WhatsApp, it seems data protection is hitting the front pages more frequently than ever before.

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20 April 2017 Consequences of term-time absences

On 6 April 2017, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously against the father who had won earlier legal battles in relation to a fine imposed following a term-time holiday taken without permission.

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