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March 28th 2018

This April will see a number of developments in the world of employment law. Matthew Clayton outlines what this means for businesses. 

As of 6 April this year, the government is changing how payments in lieu of notice (PILONs) are treated for tax. Matthew Clayton explains why these new rules are likely to make severances more costly for employers.

Japanese knotweed may look innocuous, but it can be a costly nuisance for landowners who find themselves liable for resultant property damage, explains Katie Duthie in our litigation and dispute resolution team.

Last summer saw the abolition of employment tribunal fees, leading some to predict that numbers of claims may increase. Initial reports suggest that this may be ringing true, says Helen Howes in our employment law team.

Trustees have found themselves subject to a raft of new requirements lately. Rachel Sugden in our wills, probate and trusts team explains these new obligations and how trustees can meet them.

Commercial property experts from Willans have advised Cheltenham Rugby Club which is the latest club that will benefit from a new, RFU-funded artificial grass pitch.

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