Hainsworth -v- Ministry of Defence: The Extent of Reasonable Adjustments
The recent case of Hainsworth -v- Ministry of Defence has confirmed that an employer is not under a duty to make reasonable adjustments for a non-disabled employee who cares for a disabled child.
Doric Group Buys In The Midlands
Doric Group, the Trafford Park headquartered manufacturing business, has become a £40m turnover group with 300 staff after the acquisition of a company in the Midlands.
Turner Parkinson Advise Raventa On First Acquisition
The Corporate team at business law firm Turner Parkinson have advised Raventa on their first acquisition.
Turner Parkinson Deals Strength In First Half of 2014
The Corporate team at business law firm Turner Parkinson continue to rank highly in North West deal tables.
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.