Over the next week, Philip Radford and Dale Williams, both Partners at BPE, will be travelling across the Scottish Highlands and Islands, as entrants in the Hero Events “Scottish Malts” reliability trial.Read More
Tuesday 22nd April sees the Children and Families Act 2014 come into force. This new piece of legislation introduces a number of significant changes into family law, including making a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) compulsory for anyone applying to the Court regarding their children or financial issues, following a separation.Read More
In just two months’ time, four staff from Gloucestershire based law firm BPE Solicitors will be setting off on an ambitious charity bike ride, spanning five countries and 900 miles in just ten days.
Employment Tribunals will soon be able to order employers who lose claims to pay a financial penalty.Read More
Can an employer be held liable for the actions of an employee who went off on a frolic of his own?Read More
For a whistle-blowing claim to succeed, does it matter whether the person who subjected a worker to a “detriment” knew about their “whistleblowing”?Read More