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  • 8 Mar 2013
    Time off for poorly kids: how much to give?
    Employee calls in and says their child is ill, there’s no-one able to help, so they can’t come in because they have to look after the child. A couple of occasions might be manageable, but just where do you draw the line?...
  • 6 Mar 2013
    Unfair Dismissal: Considering a claimant’s previous warnings
    In Simmonds v Milford Club, the Employment Appeal Tribunal had to assess when an employment tribunal should concern itself with the appropriateness of a final warning preceding the dismissal...
  • 21 Feb 2013
    asb insolvency specialist questions ethics of law firm rescue
    Head of Insolvency & Recovery, Andy Taylor, recently represented a creditor owed £3 million in the high profile administration and subsequent pre-pack sale of national law firm, Cobbetts....
  • 19 Feb 2013
    Non-executive directors – care, skill and diligence required
    Read about the responsibilities conferred by NED status – and the penalties that might be imposed if a NED fails to carry out their various duties...
  • 18 Feb 2013
    Digital business in travel infographic
    Whilst providing exciting potential for the travel industry, trends towards the effective application of mobile delivery systems, cloud storage, cross-border alliances and big data carry numerous business critical considerations for enterprise IT....
  • 15 Feb 2013
    Give a man a fish...
    Read more about the government funding for business in Kent and the big questions to be asked...
  • 14 Feb 2013
    When business gets personal
    As the owner or manager of a business, the ‘here and now’ issues - operating efficiently and profitably - often means that personal goals are overlooked....
  • 11 Feb 2013
    asb lawyers wins Corporate Law Firm of the Year 2013
    asb law's corporate finance team was named Insider Dealmakers South East Corporate Law Firm of the Year 2013 last week...
  • 8 Feb 2013
    RSPCA v Heythrop Hunt: When a win might lead to a loss
    Find out more about the RSPCA taking the Heythrop Hunt to court, what the District Judge said abut the prosecution and wht the Charity Commission’s chief executive told the RSPCA to do in the aftermath...
  • 3 Feb 2013
    Applications for Charitable Incorporated Organisations
    Learn more about a new legal structure for charities, the Charities Commission started accepting registration applications for Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) on 10 December 2012...

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