This guide aims to provide freeholders and managing agents with an overview of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, when it applies and what they need to do to comply.
Major changes are happening this April as businesses become responsible for deciding the employment status of the contractors they engage through an agency or the contractor’s own limited company, known as a Personal Service Company or PSC.
These changes – known as the Off-Payroll Working Rules and sometimes called IR35 – will affect all medium to large private sector companies with a UK connection from 6 April 2021. Many businesses have underestimated how much preparation is needed to be ready for these new rules, and it is essential to prepare now for the changes fast approaching.
Whether you own a restaurant or are looking to open one it is crucial to ensure you keep your tables full, especially in an uncertain market. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted trade with not just lockdown but also home-working causing a loss of passing trade and cautious customers also cancelling bookings.
A helpful step-by-step guide to opening a restaurant, the risks and how to cover them.
In this podcast Ciara Duggan and Sana Nahas members of the employment team at Clarkslegal will guide you through the tricky topic of redundancy and settlement agreements, covering what redundancy means for both employers and employees, as well as how settlement agreements work in practise.
Recent years have brought a host of challenges for the construction industry but what we expect for 2023?
In People Management, Deborah Scales, Associate at Clarkslegal, discusses the reasons why people professionals would likely welcome a change in set law as a “relatively swift and cost-effective” way to help the workplace.
In this podcast Oscar Poku and Ciara Duggan members of the Data Protection team at Clarkslegal will be discussing the main developments in the UK Data Protection scene from 2022 and what trends to look out for in 2023.
The UK Government has recently rejected calls for the menopause to be made a 'protected characteristic' and for a large-scale pilot of menopause leave.
A family member of a ‘qualifying’ EEA national (including the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein) must apply for an EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) Family Permit to join their EEA family member in the UK. The EUSS Family Permit is valid for 6 months, and once in the UK, the family member must apply for status under the EU Settlement Scheme.