In this fourth podcast in our TUPE Podcast Series, Amanda Glover will be looking at the second of the three conditions required for a service provision change transfer.
This podcast is a prelude to the Employee Ownership Trusts (EOTs) Roadshow, which Clarkslegal is hosting at Thames Tower in Reading on 17 May in collaboration with K3 Tax Advisory, Quantuma, Shawbrook Bank and J Gadd Associates.
In this podcast Ciara Duggan and Oscar Poku members of the Data Protection team at Clarkslegal discuss DSARs in an employment law context, as they often appear where there is on ongoing dispute between an employee and their employer. They will explain what exactly a DSAR is, how one is made, and how companies should respond if they receive one.
The proposed increase to the IHS has raised concerns, especially among businesses who financially support their sponsored workers’ visa applications.
A telecommunications agreement, or wayleave agreement, is a contract between a service provider and a landowner which allows the service operator access to install infrastructure on the privately owned land, in return for wayleave fees.
This brings up the question of whether an employer can lawfully monitor their employee, without their knowledge, if they suspect wrongdoing?
There has been a few recent announcements relating to employment law reforms, which could be significant for businesses, and is considered below.
It is long-established under English law that private companies limited by shares have separate legal personality to their shareholders and directors.
Join Nicky Goringe Larkin, Managing Director at Succession Planning, and Stuart Mullins, Corporate Partner at Clarkslegal, for an online webinar where they will discuss selling and buying a business, the options available, and where to get support.