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5 February 2018
The SDT ordered that the respondent should pay a fine of £2,500.
Update on the latest legislative developments in Wales.
Market for indemnity cover remains benign, but a slew of natural disasters has cast a cloud over future premium rates. Eduardo Reyes reports.
Managers with the personal touch of Captain Mainwaring are a vanished breed. So what should law firms expect of their banks?
An expanded ombudsman scheme is welcome, but we need a tribunal to overhaul the culture of our banking industry and remedy a structural access to justice deficit
Events at the Presidents Club Charity Dinner serve to highlight yet again the uneven playing field encountered by women at work
What legal remedies are available for those who have suffered pay discrimination at the hands of their employers?
Blaming the parlous state of forensic science on ‘privatisation’ is far too simplistic – quality standards can only achieve so much.
Guidance on supporting wellbeing in the workplace is serendipitous.
Bar is set high for a successful bid to halt former taxi driver’s release.
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