A Beginner's Guide to Attorneyship - Everything you need to know if you are appointed as a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA).
Our next Leicester seminar: Making Sense of Business Contracts
NEBOSH donates £500 cheque to LOROS as thank you for Lawson-West kindness
Due to the success and expansion of NEBOSH, the Leicester-based global organisation providing health, safety and environmental qualifications, the company found itself bursting at the seams for business accommodation to house its growing number of staff in Dominus Way, Meridian Business Park.
Employment tribunals can be unpleasant and uncomfortable and usually come at a time when an employee is already upset and worried.
Is it time to change the law when having to work in environments which are too hot?
This week could end up being the hottest July on record and while many workers are on holiday enjoying the sun, there are equally as many working in temperatures which are so hot that it can be detrimental to the individual’s productivity and lead to fatigue and low energy levels.
The likelihood of a hard Brexit is looming for Q4 2019 and we believe homeowners are choosing to move house now, rather than wait any longer, avoiding the uncertainty that a hard-Brexit could bring to the housing market if they waited until the Autumn.
If you have been holding-off of putting your property on the market, now would be a good time to get going. With house price increases continuing in specific regions (North West, East Midlands, West Midlands all predicted to be 3.0% price rise by the end of 2019), the Leicestershire property market is set to rise and the volume of house sales is increasing.
The common understanding of a Will is a document that leaves your property and money to others when you die, but it actually does much more than that.
Law firms and business support organisations talk about placing clients at the centre of their thinking, but reaching-out to business individuals means more than just providing perfect legal advice and beautifully crafted letters.
Support for Market Harborough June Carnival
14 June 2019 Employment Law event - Innovation Centre Market Harborough
Lawson-West supports Alzheimer's Society with cake bake sale 13 June 2019
Most employers understand that pregnant women have protected employee rights should an employer try to dismiss them whilst pregnant …so why do pregnancy discrimination cases still happen?
From time to time we profile a Lawson-West lawyer for the interest of our clients and contacts.
This month’s MEET THE LAWYER features James Haworth.
Lawson-West’s employment team of lawyers from the firm’s Market Harborough office is co-hosting with The Ink Group a workshop event at the Market Harborough Innovation Centre on 14 June 2019
A recently concluded case, Bates v Post Office Ltd, has brought into question the efficacy of the contracts between sub-postmasters and the Post Office, in terms of their implied duty of good faith in ‘relational’ contracts. In a landmark case which concluded in recent days, the High Court has ruled that sub-postmasters' contracts with the Post Office were "relational contracts", in which there was an implied obligation of good faith.