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11 Oct 2010
Data protection ... how to put in place best practice
Businesses often overlook the importance of getting (and keeping) their house in order when it comes to their business data....
11 Oct 2010
Are your employees LinkedIn?
Unlike other online social networking tools like of MySpace and Facebook, LinkedIn has a much stronger business focus, with a member's profile containing a list of their business “connections”, as well as their own contact details and a brief employment history....
22 Sep 2010
Do it right first time
Married or not, once a long term relationship is over, seeking legal advice early on will provide an indication of what a fair settlement might be and help you set about the practicalities of separation or divorce on an informed basis....
15 Sep 2010
asb’s Top Flight Aviation Team Wins Legal 500 Honours
asb law is the only firm in the south east to have a top-ranked Aviation team according to the 2010 edition of Legal 500, recognised within the legal profession and its clients as the authoritative guide to the UK’s leading law firms....
6 Sep 2010
Are you ready for the UK Bribery Act?
The consequences of improper business practices involving bribery and corruption have just increased in severity due to the UK Bribery Act (the Act) which became law on 8 April 2010....
31 Aug 2010
All things being equal
The first wave of implementation of the Equality Act will go ahead to the planned October timetable following the publication of the first commencement order in Parliament next week....
30 Aug 2010
Coalition Government update
So, apart from the announcement regarding the introduction of the Equality Act 2010, here are a few other key changes announced by the Coalition Government we think you should be aware of....
29 Aug 2010
National minimum wage - new rates
From 1 October 2010 there will be the following rise in the national minimum wage...
28 Aug 2010
Holiday pay for the long-term sick
It was one of those dark and slightly mysterious moments in June last year when the House of Lords handed down its decision in the long-running case of Stringer-v-HMRC....
18 Aug 2010
Cost Efficient Procurement - Is necessity the mother of invention?
Local government spends more than £42 billion a year on external contracting, but with savings of £1.65 billion required in the next year, local authorities are being called on to examine every aspect of their spending and to make every pound go further....