Zero Tolerance For Exclusivity Clauses In Zero Hours Contracts
Over the last few days, the Government has announced the outcome of its consultation on the use of zero hours contracts, along with the draft legislation that will implement their proposals. The draft legislation is only in the early stages of its journey through Parliament to become law, so it is unclear when these changes may be effective.
Changes In Law: Distance Selling Of Goods To Consumers
Do you supply goods, services or digital content to consumers online or on the telephone? If so, the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 will affect your business. Coming into force last month, the changes in the law also affect mobile transactions.
Managing Partner Swaps 'Hot Seat' for 'Driving Seat'
Mark Openshaw-Blower swaps the "hot seat" of Managing Partner to the "driving seat" as van driver to raise money for Christies and MacMillan.
Turner Parkinson Deal Flow Continues With Fuchs Acquistion
Manchester business law firm Turner Parkinson LLP has advised Fuchs on the acquisition of the Batoyle Freedom Group’s business in the UK.
The World Cup has kicked off and whilst the fans can barely contain their excitement, for employers it’s a potential banana skin.