Tuesday 4th Jun 2013
Our brand new Employment Law Newsletter for June includes news on:
Employment Tribunal fees and the recent announcement of when these fees will be implemented;
A recent ruling illustrating how post-employment victimisation is covered by the Equalities Act 2012;
Discrimination claims, developments regarding burden of proof and how it could effect your business.
Thursday 2nd May 2013
May Employment Update: Recent changes to statutory pay saw increases in sick pay, maternity, paternity and adoption pay as well as the national minimum wage. How will this affect your business and what do you need to know about the changes?
Monday 29th Apr 2013
News that the UK has avoided a dreaded triple dip recession by 0.3% upturn has been greeted in equal parts optimism and wariness. The UK economy still clearly has ways to go before any kind of recovery can be confirmed, but what does the news mean for business and more specifically debt recovery and credit control?
Tuesday 23rd Apr 2013
With the Jackson reforms having taken affect, is it still viable for solicitors to take on cosmetic surgery medical negligence cases and will claimants suffer if solicitors are now less likely to pursue justice?
Monday 22nd Apr 2013
Partner Claire Roantree blogs about how she and and nine other members of staff from our Kingston office took part in a mass skydive on saturday, raising over £5,000 for The Childrens Trust in Tadworth.
Monday 22nd Apr 2013
Roger Coleman completed the London Marathon yesterday in what he promised will be his final marathon, raising over £2,000 for the Childrens Trust in Tadworth.
Monday 25th Mar 2013
Good news for those suppliers who habitually struggle with late payments from blue chip suppliers. The Supply Chain Finance scheme has been launched to help SMEs but will it, and how can you set it up without the banks selling you their own products instead?
Wednesday 13th Mar 2013
Not only are lawyers unconvinced by the new costs budgeting rules, there are also serious fears that judges will not have the capacity to discharge their new duty as project managers. Jean-Yves Gilg, reporting in the Solicitors Journal, speaks with Colemans-ctts Partner Greg Cox about a profession on the verge of a Jackson breakdown.
Monday 11th Mar 2013
In April Colemans-ctts Founding Partner, Roger Coleman, is taking part in the 2013 Virgin London Marathon in aid of The Childrens Trust.
Having completed last year's Greater Manchester Marathon (and swearing it would be his last), the chance to run in this year's London Marathon was too tempting for him to turn down.
Tuesday 26th Feb 2013
You may or may not be aware of certain forthcoming changes to the claim process through the county courts. These are labelled “the Jackson reforms” and one of the most significant elements is a requirement for pre court negotiations with disputed debt. Both parties will have to have been adjudged to have made a significant effort to settle.