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Negotiated exits: how to secure the best deal

Despite presiding over an IT meltdown earlier this year at high street bank, TSB, it has been reported that CEO, Paul Pester, walked away with a significant sum after resigning with immediate effect at the start of September. Clearly he… Read on

Top tips for reference writers

There are numerous legal issues for employers to bear in mind when responding to reference requests.  Getting it wrong could result in legal liability for discrimination, negligence or data protection breaches. For more information on the legal issues to consider… Read on

A quick guide to references

Our quick guide aims to highlight some of the legal issues and requirements relating to references for those giving references, those who are the subject of references and those requesting a reference. For those writing references, read our article: top… Read on

A quick guide to constructive dismissal

You may have heard the phrase “constructive dismissal” but, do you really know what it means? What does constructive dismissal involve and what are the legal implications when someone makes a claim for constructive dismissal? It’s a notoriously complicated area… Read on

Age discrimination: Ben Power published in The Times law pages

Ben Power’s article “Age discrimination is still the same old problem” was published in the prestigious law pages of The Times newspaper on 2 August 2018. Ben’s article discusses the conundrum of balancing equality for older workers against fairness for… Read on

A day in the life of – Louise Maynard, Senior Associate

Louise Maynard, Senior Associate Every day invariably involves a client meeting whether about a complex case in person or a settlement agreement advising remotely. In between, I will be taking calls from solicitors or my clients progressing their matters. My… Read on

A day in the life of – Yeing-Lang Chong, Partner

Yeing-Lang Chong, Partner My daily wake-up call generally comes from my baby daughter chatting to herself or to the dozens of soft toys lying in her cot. Being organised and time keeping is crucial from this point onwards, as I… Read on

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