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Join Clarkslegal and Quantuma, to hear how Employee Ownership Trust’s (EOT’s) are structured from an advisers’ perspective, including practical tips on how to prepare in advance and to explore key considerations when planning an exit through employee ownership trusts, both with and without third party funding.
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- 08 April 2016
“Pulling a sickie” was gross misconduct
In the recent case of Ajaj v Metroline West Ltd UKEAT/018/15/RN an employee who disingenuously claimed to be unfit to attend work was held to be dishonest and had fundamentally breached the trust and confidence of the employee/employer relationship.
- 07 April 2016
- Restructuring and insolvency
Bribery Act 2010 bites…….
It was widely reported, earlier this month, that a Scottish company, Braid Logistics (UK) Limited, had agreed to pay some £2.2m to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service’s civil recovery unit by way of an agreed civil settlement, having accepted that it had obtained business through unlawful conduct.
- 07 April 2016
- Commercial Real Estate
Property related FAQs by franchisees
Most franchises operate from retail premises and the franchisor will often take a superior lease interest and then grant the franchisee a lease or licence from it.
- 06 April 2016
Does deliberate now mean fraudulent? Mutual Energy Ltd v Starr Underwriting Agents Ltd and the Insurance Act 2015
With the coming into force of the Insurance Act 2015 just around the corner – August 2016 – it was perhaps an appropriate time for the first case to consider the meaning of the phrase “deliberate… non-disclosure” in an insurance policy.
- 01 April 2016
Whistleblowing: ‘Public Interest’ developments
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) recently revisited the issue of whether an employee’s disclosure was made in the public interest.