Minimum wage and sleep in shifts
The Court of Appeal has today ruled that care providers do not have to pay workers the minimum wage throughout ‘sleep-in shifts’.
Handing over the reins: Tips for planning succession
For the founder of a business, putting in place a succession strategy and exiting the business can be a difficult process. Where some of the founder’s family are also involved in the business, that process can be further complicated by competing interests and differing visions.
Can You Sue Your Neighbour Over Japanese Knotweed?
The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision against Network Rail, finding them liable for losses suffered as a result of Japanese knotweed encroaching onto neighbouring properties.
The bargaining power of a CVA
A number of retailers have issued Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) announcements this year. If a limited company is insolvent, it can use a CVA to pay creditors over a fixed period. If creditors agree, the limited company can continue trading during this time.
Workplace Law - June 2018
Welcome to another edition of Workplace Law. In this edition, we consider how you can survive the World Cup and the recent Supreme Court case involving Pimlico Plumbers.