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The Government recently published The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill. The headlines are as follows:  After the recent controversy over zero hours contracts, one element of the Bill is to ban exclusivity clauses from such agreements so that employees on zero...

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I'm glad to see that offering client's cash and other inducements (such as a free I Pad) in return for a solicitor being instructed in a personal injury claim is to be outlawed by the Government. It's about time. It's not something Clough & Willis have ever done - we prefer our...

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JUN

The latest craze, or rather, demand sweeping the United States and which shall undoubtedly follow here, is the insertion of conditions in a Prenuptial Agreement as to what may or may not be posted on social media sites. Apparently, a typical clause is that neither party will post nude...

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A recent report suggests that the World Cup 2014 is set to cost Britain £4bn in lost productivity as a large number of employees "pull a sickie” to watch the World Cup if they cannot get official holiday time off. Its not just "sickies” employers need to be careful of.  Employees...

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I have been asked this question many times. And more often than not, people are surprised when I tell them the answer. If you die without a valid Will, the Intestacy Rules determine who receives your estate and how much they receive. It depends on (a) who survives you and (b) how much...

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