This month’s bulletin looks at the new rates of National Minimum Wage along with key case law developments relating to the Bribery Act 2010 and whistleblowing.
This month we remind you of the changes following the annual review of statutory rights and consider the implication of two important decision on the extent employer are responsible for the actions of individuals in the business and the provision of child care vouchers when employees are on maternity leave.
Lawyers at Leeds based law firm Clarion have successfully defeated a £3.3m High Court claim issued last year against the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), owners of Silverstone Circuits Limited.
This month we cover the significant new developments in holiday pay case law and gender pay reporting legislation.
Leeds headquartered Hesco has today announced that the business has been acquired by Betafence, the global perimeter security specialist, for an undisclosed sum.
The corporate team advise CBIS Education on securing funding.
Yorkshire County Cricket is back in the black - Yorkshire County Cricket Club has reported a profit for the first time since 2009.
2015 ended with some very interesting cases in the world of family law, challenging and shaping society’s perception of the modern family along the way.
Bradford printing company T&P Print has been bought out by the son of the former owners, following a winding up petition.