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Vegetarians Do Not Have Protection Against Discrimination

Chris Amys
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Mr Conisbee (“the Claimant”) is a vegetarian and was employed by Crossley Farms Limited (“the Respondent”) as a Waiter/Barman at the Fritton Arms Hotel in Suffolk. The Claimant was employed from April 2018 until he resigned with...

High Court Reaffirms Position on Executor's Ability to Charge

Andrew Chandler
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The High Court recently reaffirmed that it will not be easily persuaded to exercise its discretion where executors seek an order permitting them to charge for their work. In Gavriel and Gavriel v Davis [2019] EWHC 2446 (Ch)  the Defendant was appointed...

Brexit - What are the implications for employment law in the UK?

Sally Morris
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These useful Q&As have been put together by the Employment Team at mfg Solicitors LLP and considers some of the potential implications of the UK leaving the UK in selected areas of employment law. If you have any queries with any employment aspects of...

Brexit - The Current State of Play

Jack Morley
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Brexit – The Current State of Play The post-Brexit world for which businesses are planning is as yet unknown. The state of play will depend up on the outcome of the October negotiations between the UK and the EU, and the terms of any final...

Gas Safety Certificates and Why They Matter

Harjie Bindra
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Partner and Head of Civil Litigation Harjie Singh Bindra explains the pitfalls landlords are facing if they do not have Gas Safety Certificates in place when a tenancy starts After agreeing the rent, getting insurance, doing the inventory of fixtures...

Covering the Cost of Care

Amanda Piper
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The need for nursing home care can be a costly and emotional upheaval both for older people and the relatives who love them. In our latest blog, associate and long-term care expert Amanda Piper explains the legal process of funding continuing care, and why...

Business Lasting Power of Attorney

William Rowe
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Business Lasting Power of Attorney: How good business planning means preparing for the worst Crisis planning is all part of running a good, sustainable business. You prepare for the worst case scenario in the hope you’ll never need it. But what...

Seeing your children on Mother's Day

Rupinder Nandra
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Seeing your children on Mother’s Day – Don’t just keep mum about your rights after divorce Rupinder Nandra, an associate in our family team, gives some timely advice ahead of this year’s Mother’s Day. Special times of year,...

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