Staff from BPE Solicitors will take the first steps of a 297 mile journey across the country this weekend as they begin to walk the Macmillan Way, a coast to coast trek from Lincolnshire to Dorset.
In this article Steve Conlay looks at the complicated area of trade union recognition and why a recent case involving Lidl supermarket has made it harder for employers to refuse to recognise trade unions.Read More
Wednesday 21st June, 2017 saw the reopening of Parliament after the General Election and, rather than laying out the Government’s statutory programme for the next 12 months, Her Majesty The Queen announced two years’ worth of proposed legislation.Read More
Iain Garfield discusses requisitioning or compulsorily purchasing 'land-banked' homes under the European Convention on Human Rights and how it may be changed post-BrexitRead More
This Friday will mark one year since the historic day when the populace of the UK and Gibraltar voted to leave the European Union. And today, 82 days after the Prime Minister formally triggered the process under the infamous ‘Article 50’, formal Brexit negotiations finally begin.Read More
The issue of ‘experts’ has arisen in relation to the General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into force in May 2018 in place of the Data Protection Act. Proclaiming oneself as a GDPR consultant seems to be the latest fad and, whilst there are undoubtedly GDPR experts amongst them, not all of them are what they seem.Read More