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GDPR, Brexit and the ticking clock…

The UK Government has just published a ‘future partnership paper’. It covers the exchange and protection of personal data, following the...

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Weeta palaver – UK cereal held by New Zealand customs due to potential ‘confusion’

UK breakfast cereal ‘Weetabix’ has been held by New Zealand customs due to the potential for the cereal to cause ‘confusion’ to local...

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Germany votes to fine social media companies up to €50m for failing to remove illegal content

The controversial law was passed by German MPs in June on the last day before their summer break. It is already facing criticism.

In...

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Protecting Agricultural Workers in Wales

Our Trainee Solicitor, Kashif Aslam, takes a look at the legislation protecting Welsh agriculture - and how it might change post-Brexit.

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Advantages of providing leadership training

Good leadership is one of the vital skills necessary to succeed in business. Strong and effective leadership and management capabilities,...

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Ending the stigma around mental health

In August, several Capital colleagues attended a Mental Health First Aid course run by Mind. Our Marketing Assistant, Rachael, looks at...

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How can Welsh businesses prepare for GDPR?

Our Employment partner, Richard Thomas, is featured in Business News Wales today, talking GDPR and how Welsh businesses can prepare. 

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Workers win over £2 million compensation for not receiving pay in line with the National Minimum Wage

Our Employment law Senior Associate, Mary Goldsbrough, looks at what can happen if a company fails to pay its employees national minimum...

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Can the skills of leadership be learnt?

The business world is made of leaders and followers. It’s a symbiotic relationship - one can’t exist without the other. And, let’s face...

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Was selection for redundancy following sickness absence disability discrimination?

No, said the EAT in dismissing the appeal in Charlesworth v Dransfields Engineering Services Ltd (DES).

Mr Charlesworth was the Branch...

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Does a worker have to take unpaid leave before they can establish whether they are entitled to be paid for it?

No, said the Advocate General of the CJEU in King v The Sash Window Workshop (TSSW).

Mr King had been paid entirely on commission. His...

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Can fathers be paid less than mothers to look after their babies?

No, said the ET in Ali v Capita Customer Management Ltd.

Mr Ali worked for Capita, having transferred to Capita from Telefonica under TUPE...

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Mother Teresa’s ‘uniform’ successfully trademarked

The well-known sari of Mother Teresa, with its iconic blue stripe, has been trademarked to prevent its unfair use for commercial purposes.

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Archwilio rheol ‘uniaith Saesneg’ Sports Direct

Gyda Sports Direct o dan y lach, rhanna Iestyn Morris ei farn gyfreithiol ar wahardd ieithoedd heblaw’r Saesneg yn y gweithle.

Byth ymhell...

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Will the National Living Wage rise have to wait?

As the Federation of Small Businesses report today that the rise to the National Living Wage may need to be delayed, Employment solicitor

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Sports Direct 'English-only' rule probed

As Sports Direct comes into the media spotlight once again, this time for allegedly banning employees from speaking to each other in any...

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How much influence do tattoos have on your job prospects?

Our Employment law Associate, Esyllt Green, is featured in Wales Online recent article about tattoos in the work place. Do they affect...

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Why we should all be taking our lunch breaks

Less than one third of British workers have lunch away from their desks. With 45% of lost working days being attributed to work-related...

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Dyfarniad tribiwnlysoedd yn arwain at sefyllfa 'gymhleth'

Mae ein arbenigwr cyfraith cyflogaeth, Esyllt Green, yn rhannu ei sylwadau gyda BBC Cymru Fyw ar ddyfarniad diweddar y Goruchaf Lys bod...

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A song of TV piracy

This week, Capital's marketing team has been joined by Molly Young. Molly has completed work experience in the team and, here, she shares...

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