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On 25 June 2014, the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill was published. The government has stated that the purpose of the bill is to “remove the barriers” that small businesses face in the current economic climate, in an attempt to build a stronger economy going forward and help small businesses to grow and compete.
A Lasting Power of Attorney (“ LPA”) is a document whereby you can choose now someone to help you in the future to deal with finances or medical care.
Zero hours contracts have received a great deal of media attention over the past few months.
A Charity Commission (“Commission”) review has found that some charities are not doing enough to show the public how they are dealing with pension scheme shortfalls.
It is well-established that employees are protected from discrimination by association (i.e. discrimination against a person on grounds of their association with a disabled person). Employers will also be familiar with the requirement to consider reasonable adjustments to help disabled employees and job applicants where a ‘provision, criterion or practice’ of the employer puts them at a substantial disadvantage compared to others.
Construction can be risky and dangerous. It’s useful for any property owner considering undertaking construction work to have a grasp of the basics of relevant safety laws. The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM Regulations) impose obligations in relation to the carrying out of construction projects and are aimed at ensuring adequate health and safety conditions are operated before, during and after construction on site. The key points of the Regulations are set out below, along with the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) proposals for reform.
The Cambridge Real Estate team has recently hosted its annual junior surveyors pitch and putt evening.
This short article highlights the key changes introduced by the UK’s Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013.