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Coping with cancer at work

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Is it discriminatory to discipline an employee who condemns homosexuality and speaks of repentance at a Prison Church Service?

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Is pay for voluntary overtime, normally worked, ‘normal remuneration’ for the purposes of calculating holiday pay?

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Can suspension result in breach of mutual trust and confidence between employer and employee?

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Are the Tribunal Fees introduced in 2013 lawful?

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Capital Law advises shareholders on their exit from Vista Retail Support and acquisition by LDC

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Intellectual Property Newsbytes - October 2017

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A safe harbour for Port Charlotte whisky

'Port Charlotte' whisky confirmed as not infringing the protected designation of origin of 'Port'.

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Welsh judge appointed to Supreme Court – then calls for institute of Welsh law

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Clean Growth Strategy

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Smartphones should be considered in DSE policies

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5 minutes with... Dan Bertelli

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Mental Health: Starting the Conversation

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To replace or repair: that is the question

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In with the old, in with the new

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The surrender trap

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Netflix makes light of IP infringement

Our Commercial Disputes Solicitor, Nick Lewis, looks at how Netflix managed to protect their brand and avoid bad public relations.

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