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With reports in the past week that almost 100,000 small construction businesses are now facing financial difficulties, this is an issue for employers, building supply chains as well as contractors. So, what is happening and what are the options to minimise the risk?
Charities Bill 2021: Reforms Aim To Simplify Charity Law But Balancing Flexibility With Regulatory Oversight Will Be Key
The Charities Bill 2021 was announced in the Queen’s Speech on 11 May 2021 and, if adopted by Parliament, will enact important changes to streamline the existing legal framework. The Government claims that new legislation will support charities by reducing unnecessary bureaucracy
Working from home: call to ban out-of-hours emails from bosses.
There is a well-established general rule that when a human being dies, property in their body does not vest in anyone. Therefore, the simple answer to the headline question is that no one owns your body when you die (Williams v Williams (1882)). However, certain people are able to exercise rights over a body.
Award winning top regional law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys (HCR) has completed its merger with well-established firm Hewitsons. The two firms will work together as from today (June 1).
Brexit, COVID-19, Suez Canal blockages have all contributed to double digit price rises for building materials resulting in shortages and putting pressure on construction contract pricing.