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The Government is proposing a new Bill of Rights to help protect consumers against rogue traders.  Jo Swinson, Business Minister, has suggested that the new laws which will be introduced will allow customers to enforce verbal contracts and that recording conversations with traders could...

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Until relatively recently, it was easier for one spouse to obtain a order directly against a company in which their spouse was a shareholder provided they could control the company absolutely and provided they had acted with impropriety. This was further watered down to do away with any need...

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Government research shows that sickness absence costs employers in Great Britain £9 billion per year and that the 131 million lost working days in a year result in Great Britain losing £15 billion in economic output. In spite of this, most employees do not have access to Occupational Health...

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A recently reported case of battling former cohabitants, illustrates the importance of documenting at an early stage of a relationship when finances begin to become entwined, what you might both expect if you split up. In the present case, the couple, had been in a thirty year relationship...

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As part of the recruitment process or as an on-going requirement during the course of employment many employers require individuals to provide an up to date criminal record check, now known as a DBS certificate, from the Disclosure and Barring Service. For employees who regularly move from...

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