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Agency Workers Regulations

The Government has confirmed that it has no plans to amend or suspend the implementation of the Agency Workers Regulations.

Bribery Act

A court clerk has become the first person to be prosecuted under the Bribery Act.

Minimum Wage

The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has produced guidance clarifying who should be paid the National Minimum Wage


Companies House has stopped accepting documents in which the name of the submitting company is spelt incorrectly.

Employment Claims Fall

The number of claims received by the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeals Tribunal has fallen compared to last year.

DIY Probate Runs Risk

Applying for probate and dealing with an estate without the assistance of a solicitor is not without risks.

New face at High Wycombe

Blaser Mills is delighted to welcome Associate Solicitor Clare Fleming to the Wills and Probate department.

Anyone for Cookies?

New EU regulations require website owners to get “explicit consent” from users for the use of cookies.

Employment Law

References – what should or should not be said about ex-employees?