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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

Let’s talk about Dementia…

As an employment lawyer, I often find myself talking about “having conversations” – whether that’s having a difficult conversation with an employee or an employer, or opening up conversations in the workplace about subjects such as mental health, discrimination, and diversity and inclusion.

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Burness admin

Government to legislate on use of confidentiality clauses

The Government has announced that it will implement new legislation on the use of confidentiality clauses or Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) in the workplace.

Although the Government recognises that confidentiality clauses are used legitimately by most employers, it believes that there are a small number of cases in which confidentiality clauses are being used to cover up criminal acts in the workplace such as sexual harassment, assault and racist discri

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Burness admin

The Self-Crowning Creditor?

Earlier this year the UK government consulted on crowning HMRC with a promoted ranking in the insolvency of corporates and individuals. This month, it has published the draft 2019-2020 Finance Bill containing the legislative provisions that will bring this coronation into law.

What’s the position just now?

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LChalmers