Employers with staff working from home on an extended or even permanent basis have so much more than legal issues to consider. We discuss what these are.
As businesses start to open, there is a duty on employers to create a risk assessment to ensure that employees work in a COVID secure environment. This article considers some of the rules and considerations that need to be made.
One of the reasons for divorce can often be debts that have accrued. But what happens with those debts when dealing with the financial settlement during the divorce process?
A challenge to the use of automated facial recognition technology has argued ‘that the software breaches privacy rights and will “radically” alter the way Britain is policed’ and that it is racially discriminatory.’
We’re currently receiving enquiries from employers who have furloughed employees, and employees who have been furloughed. Both are asking the same question, albeit from two different perspectives.
When the Coronavirus lockdown was initially put in place there was concern that the number of domestic abuse cases would increase. Sadly, this has become a fact. How does domestic abuse manifest itself and how can you help someone who may be struggling to exit a relationship?
During the Coronavirus outbreak, many businesses are having to allow staff to Work From Home in order to continue to trade. What do these employers need to consider?
PRESS RELEASE: City centre law firm, Robertsons Solicitors has recently appointed Solicitor Chris Barber, as a Director.
Afonwy Howell-Pryce discusses the recent changes to the statutory legacy under the intestacy rules.
The Welsh Assembly has passed a law that bans parents in Wales from smacking their children. We look at what this means for families.