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- 16 March 2023
Enhanced redundancy packages explained
The first payment to include in a redundancy package is the statutory redundancy payment. This must be paid to all eligible employees and the amount is set by legislation. Other mandatory payments on termination would also include accrued but untaken annual leave and unpaid wages. Some employers, where the contract allows, may make a payment in lieu of notice.
- 10 February 2023
- Restructuring and insolvency
Restructuring and Insolvency – what to expect in 2023
The flurry of economic forecasts over the last few months may reach slightly different conclusions but none give much scope for encouragement.
- 19 December 2022
- Commercial Real Estate
Commercial Rent Deposits – A brief overview
A rent deposit is money provided by a tenant to its landlord as security for payment of the rent and performance of the tenant’s covenants contained in the lease. A rent deposit deed will specify the circumstances in which the landlord can draw on this money and the conditions that must be satisfied for the deposit to be repaid to the tenant.
- 18 March 2022
Legal implications of P&O Ferries shock firing
The decision to cut 800 jobs has sparked outrage with staff staging sit-ins on the company’s boats and there have been calls from unions for strike across the country – but what are the legal implications of the decision of P&O Ferries?
- 22 February 2022
- IP and Commercial
Director’s duties: A practical example
The ‘General Director’s Duties’ are still seen by many as the pillars of correct corporate governance. Codified in the Companies Act 2006, these duties apply to executive, non-executive, shadow directors and de-facto directo
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