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 Rhys Craddock
  February 23, 2021
​Ramsdens Commercial Property department, led by Rhys Craddock, advised on the sale of industrial complex, Holme Bank Mills in Mirfield to New Hall Properties (Hagg Lane) Ltd.
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 Gareth Dando
  February 22, 2021
The Chancellor of the Exchequer is expected to announce an extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, (“the scheme”) into the summer during his Budget announcement on 3 March 2020.
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 Nicole Natur
  February 19, 2021
The highly anticipated Supreme Court judgment in the case of Uber BV and others v Aslam and others has been released today with the Supreme Court ruling that Uber drivers are workers for the purposes of employment legislation.
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 Natalie Marrison
  February 19, 2021
​Care Day 21 is taking place on Friday 19th February. First beginning in 2015, the day is the world’s largest celebration of the rights of children and young people with care experience, whether they were cared for by family members with the support of social workers, by foster carers or in children’s homes and residential units.
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 David Bradley
  February 18, 2021
Our Head of Employment, David Bradley, joined discussions with Rachel Burden on BBC Radio 5 Live this morning to provide his legal expertise on the issues around a 'no jab, no job policy that some employers may wish to introduce.
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 Emily Walker
  February 17, 2021
Employers have recently understandably been focussing on matters relating to the impact of coronavirus and the ongoing Government measures in this regard. However, the Law goes on and therefore we have set out below some other key developments and upcoming dates that employers ought to be aware of.
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 Nicole Natur
  February 16, 2021
Nicole Natur, Employment Solicitor at Ramsdens Solicitors has featured on Glamour Magazine online, giving straightforward guidance on workplace rights and to answer common employment law questions.
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 Natalie Lang
  February 15, 2021
A survey commissioned by the Law Society has found that 93% of people who have made a Will have not included any digital assets in it whilst only 25% of respondents knew what happened to their digital assets after they die and only 7% saying they fully understood what happens to such assets after their death.
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