Employment Law Update December 2019


Following on from the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices in December 2018, the government published its employment law proposals in the “Good Work Plan”. Since then, various regulations have been introduced to give effect to many of those proposals. They include: the Agency Workers Regulations 2019; The Employment Rights (Employment Particular and Paid Annual Leave) Regulations 2018; and the Employment Rights (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2019.

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Cohabitation Agreements- are they really necessary?


Danielle Celletti, Paralegal at Wansbroughs Solicitors in Melksham, explains about cohabitation agreements.

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Protecting your business: Do you need a Lasting Power of Attorney?


A Lasting Power of Attorney (“LPA”) is a legal document that allows you to appoint a person ("attorney") to make decisions on your behalf. These can be decisions relating to your health and welfare or your property and finances.

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Legal firm boosts its endowment fund


WANSBROUGHS Solicitors, central Wiltshire’s largest law firm, has boosted the Wiltshire Community Foundation by donating more than £13,000.

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Employment Contract Package


If you are a small business or a start-up business with 20 employees or less and need to provide employment contracts and a staff handbook to your employees, then our new Contract Package may be something you’ll be interested in.

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How will Brexit impact Intellectual Property?


Businesses should be considering how they are protecting their Intellectual Property Rights with a No Deal Brexit on the horizon.

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