In the case of Gray –v- Mulberry the EAT held that where the employee is the only person to hold such a belief an employer could not have discriminated on the grounds of that philosophical belief. Ms Gray worked for Mulberry but refused to sign a clause assigning copyright in her work to her employer. ... Read the rest of this entry →
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We will be holding our annual Lasting Powers of Attorney Week from Monday 5th to Friday 9th November at our Ellison Street office. A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) enables you to appoint a trusted friend, relative or professional to make decisions about your finances, property and personal welfare in the event that you are... Read the rest of this entry →
Charlotte Tyrer – Trainee Solicitor in our Corporate and Commercial department – discusses the European Commission initiative to boost small business growth
The European Commission has announced new regulatory initiatives which aim to promote small and medium enterprises (SME) growth markets as part of its Capital Markets Union. There have been a number of previous key proposals aimed at SMEs, including on crowdfunding and venture capital finance and the European Commission is now looking to further ease... Read the rest of this entry →
Ameliah McLaren-Parker – Trainee Solicitor in our Family department – discusses the recent case of Owens v Owens – are we edging closer to reform?
The recent Supreme Court ruling on Owens v Owens  UKSC 41 has been the hot topic of many conversations and debates in the media; and also amongst legal professionals. This case involves a husband and wife who were married for 40 years. The wife filed a petition for divorce citing that the marriage had... Read the rest of this entry →