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10 October 2018 0 Comments Posted in Dispute Resolution, Opinion, Uncategorized

Supreme Court ruled – refusing to bake a cake with a message supporting gay marriage is not discrimination

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gay wedding cake discrimination

The long-awaited Supreme Court judgement in the ‘gay cake’ case has today been announced, the Supreme Court in Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd and Others has held that it is not direct discrimination for a Christian bakery to refuse to bake a cake containing a message supporting gay marriage.

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19 July 2018 0 Comments Posted in Opinion, Technology & media

Should you keep or delete your company’s data in a post-GDPR world?

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The length of time for which various types of personal data can be retained for is still a big question for many organisations working towards GDPR compliance. With the new Data Protection Act 2018 now in force, it is more important than ever to get retention right and know when to keep and when to delete.

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24 May 2018 0 Comments Posted in Corporate & Commercial, Opinion

On the Hunt – a failure to declare as a person of ‘significant control’

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Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, has been reported to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards following a failure to declare his 50% interest in a property development company and the Company’s failure to register him as a person of “significant control” (“PSC”) with Companies House. But what is a PSC and what are the consequences of non-compliance?

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31 January 2018 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

Are you ready for gender pay gap reporting?

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Organisations will be required to analyse their gender pay gap and publish a report no later than 4 April 2018.

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15 December 2017 0 Comments Posted in Employment & HR, Opinion

Is Christmas just a celebration or can it be an employment law headache?

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Christmas party

With the festive season now in full swing, hopefully it’s only the repetitive Christmas music giving you a headache. However, without wanting to sound like Scrooge, you must be aware during the festivities of employment law issues that could cause an even bigger headache.

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30 October 2017 0 Comments Posted in Careers, Opinion

How to impress at a law fair

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It is that time of year again. No not Halloween, it’s law fair season!

Law fairs may seem as scary as Halloween but by following these top tips you’ll be able to make the most out of them and get noticed for the right reasons.

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