COVID-19: Employment Law Advice
March 23, 2020
During this time of uncertainty and crisis, with businesses
closing and members of staff having to work from home, it is important to
highlight the issues and questions employees will have about the current
situation, and how this will impact their future.
Employment specialist, Len …
Response to COVID-19
March 18, 2020
We are committed to the safety and health of both
our staff and our clients and are therefore introducing new procedures to
minimise disruption to our work and our clients during this time.
From 24th March our offices are closed and our staff are working …
Changes to Employment Law in 2020: what we need to know.
February 4, 2020
We are now in the year 2020, and there are certain changes
set to come into place regarding employment law which you may need to know
Although many employment law changes were put on hold due to
the Government being involved in Brexit delays …
Claudia’s Law: created to help families of missing people
February 3, 2020
According to Missing
People, 180,000 people are reported missing every year, with someone
being reported missing every 90 seconds in the UK. In addition, there are
340,000 missing incidents every year.
When someone goes missing it is an extremely upsetting and
stressful time for their …
Woman Dies Two Months After Mesothelioma Diagnosis
December 2, 2019
On 11th September, Mary Elcock, from Wimborne, Dorset died in hospital just two months after being receiving a mesothelioma diagnosis on 26th July.
An inquest was opened, and coroner’s officer Ken McEwan,
found Mrs Elcock grew up on a farm which had buildings with asbestos …