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  September 4, 2019
Gareth Dando from our employment team looks at the recent case of Forbes v LHR Airport Limited and whether an employer can be held liable for an employees offensive Facebook post and discusses what preventative steps can be put in place to stop this from happening.
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  August 16, 2019
Ramsdens Solicitors and MFL are launching their Business Matters programme, which is a series of seminars guiding business owners and directors through their business journey.
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  August 12, 2019
Generally, a director is not personally liable when it comes to business matters. Jeremy Cook from our litigation department discusses certain situations in which a director may find themselves liable if they do not act in accordance with the law.
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  August 7, 2019
Gareth Dando, from our employment department discusses post termination restrictions in employment contracts and the importance of careful bespoke drafting.
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  July 24, 2019
Yorkshire law firm, Ramsdens Solicitors have made a number of senior promotions.
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  July 3, 2019
The recent case of GPP Big Field LLP & Anor v Solar EPC Solutions [2018] provides a useful reminder in understanding the importance of contractual notice requirements.
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  May 9, 2019
The High Court has held that a director may be personally liable for inducing a company to breach its obligations in an employment contract.
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  January 15, 2019
​The ECJ has ruled that workers must be paid for statutory holiday entitlement unless the employer has ensured “specifically and transparently” that the worker has been given the opportunity to take the holiday entitlement.
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