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Woman sent home from work for refusing to wear high heels

6th June 2016

Questions have risen about the legality of forcing women to wear high heels as part of their attire for work after a woman was sent home from her job in London because she refused to wear high heels. In an article…

The employee benefits that will sell your company

24th May 2016

Every employer wants to hire passionate workers who want the role you are advertising without any additional benefits, but recruiting the best talent available is more competitive than ever and businesses are…

The best meeting places in London

16th May 2016

No matter whether it is a dinner to impress, a breakfast meeting or a large conference you are looking to host, it can be very difficult to find the best venues in London that will cater for all your specific needs. …

Euro law could be imposed after EU referendum

10th May 2016

As the EU referendum edges ever closer, a report has revealed that a new Euro law could be imposed on the UK if we stay in the EU. According to an article on the Express website, EU chiefs are planning to create a…

Number of unrepresented defendants is increasing in criminal courts

9th May 2016

New research has highlighted that the number of unrepresented defendants in criminal courts is on the rise. A study called Justice Denied? The experience of unrepresented defendants in the criminal courts, which…

Events and conferences for lawyers

19th April 2016

No matter whether you are a student looking to begin a career in the legal sector or you own a law firm, law events and conferences are extremely important. Events and conferences allow those working in legal jobs…

David Cameron to reveal new tax laws

11th April 2016

In what has been a difficult couple of weeks for David Cameron, the Prime Minister will reveal a new law to crack down on tax cheats. The PM, who was forced to publish information about his own tax affairs after…

Microchipping dog law comes into force

5th April 2016

The new dog microchipping law, which comes into force on April 6th, could see dog owners face fines of around £500 if they do not comply. Despite the potentially large fine, it is believed thousands of dog…