The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme- for employers and employees Coronavirus has impacted most aspects of our lives, and indeed on businesses. To safeguard from redundancies, under a temporary scheme available since 1 March 2020, employees can be furloughed (granted...
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Our News When a Quickie Divorce Goes Wrong A married couple separated several years ago. To save money, the husband thought it would be cheaper to arrange his divorce via an online ‘quickie divorce’ website, rather than seek advice from a Solicitor....
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Our News Hugh Storry Deans Partner & Litigation Solicitor FollowFollowFollow Top Tips for Handling Business Disputes Disputes are sometimes an unavoidable consequence of running a business. Whether it’s a corporate dispute (internal disagreements) or...
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