Richard Wood of Employment and Advice Solutions

Business Law: Richard Wood on how an obesity crisis for employers has been averted

I have disappointing news for builders and carpenters across Europe! Employers will not be required en masse to widen their doors, or to reinforce all of their furniture, as a consequence of a recent ruling of the European Court of Justice.

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Andrew West  of Gotelee Solicitors.

Business Law: Andrew West on when tweets turn out badly

“Think I just hit a cyclist. But I’m late for work so had to drive off lol.” Newspapers reported that the author of this tweet was sacked by his employer last month, despite his claim that there was no truth in what he’d written and that it was just a bad joke.

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Steve Muncey of KPMG.

Business Finance: Steve Muncey on why employers face a difficult balancing act

They say good news comes in threes and it certainly seems to be the case for the economy in East Anglia and the rest of the South of England.

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Annabel Mayer of Ashton KCJ.

Business Law: Annabel Mayer warns of the risks of third party tenancies

What should a landlord do on discovering that its tenant has made an authorised assignment of its lease to a third party without the landlord’s prior knowledge or consent?

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