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Are Businesses Right to Fear Fees Ruling?

Annette Wood
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Are Businesses Right to Fear Fees Ruling?   The Supreme Court ruling, that employment fees introduced by the government in 2013 are unlawful, came as a surprise to many not least minsters who had to make an embarrassing climb down.   Following...

Andrew & Co Awarded UK Property Team of the Year

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The Residential Property Team at Andrew & Co Solicitors has been named UK Property Team of the Year at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2017. They were up against five other practices from across the UK and were presented with...

Andrew & Co Shortlisted for National Award

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The Residential Property Team at Andrew & Co Solicitors will be travelling to Liverpool on Thursday (13 th July) to find out if they have won a prestigious national award. We are one of six firms short-listed in the Property Team of...

Ride to Work (the advanced way)

Michael Pace
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Ride to Work (the advanced way)   This week those who ride motorcycles, know as ‘bikers’, have been encouraged to ride to work on their bike instead of going in their car. The motorcycle lobby says that if more people rode motorcycles the...

Managing Employee Long-term Sickness

Annette Wood
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Employee absence from work because of long-term illness can be very stressful for both the employer and the employee. The cost in terms of loss of productivity and turnover, especially for small and micro businesses, can be catastrophic. However, if managed...

The mobile phone laws explained

Michael Pace
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Tough New Penalties are a Cause for Concern   Quite rightly the police and the media have been highlighting the tough new penalties for using a mobile device while driving or riding a motor vehicle.   In a week-long campaign by the National...

Andrew & Co Reviews Major Overhaul of Charity Code

Catriona Wheeler
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Andrew & Co Solicitors’ charity law specialist Catriona Wheeler, who is also a member of the Charity Law Association, has been involved in a working party tasked with reviewing a new code of practice for the sector. The charity governance code was...

Landmark Pension Ruling for Unmarried Couples

Hayley Swallow
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The legal rights of couples who live together but aren’t married have come under the spotlight once again following a landmark ruling in the Supreme Court which could benefit millions of other cohabitees across the UK. Denise Brewster (42), from...

New Year Spells Divorce for Rocky Relationships

Sue Leadbeater
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While the start of January is traditionally when many people make a New Year’s resolution to get fit, quit drinking or give up smoking, for some couples it’s time to make a fresh start and call an end to their marriage. Head of Family Law Sue Leadbeater, who is also a trained dispute resolution solicitor, is calling for greater support for couples, based on a better understanding of outcomes. 

Seasonal Advice to Drivers

Michael Pace
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Nottinghamshire Police and Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership have both recently launched their Christmas drink-drive campaigns warning drivers that they will do more spot checks to catch those driving under the influence of drugs and...

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