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We have strengthened our corporate & commercial arm with the appointment of new partner Chris Wills.
Family businesses sometimes suffer from a reputation of nepotism. If you’re employing people in a family business, how can you make sure you’re playing fair, and guard against some common pitfalls? Matthew Clayton, head of employment law, gives some insights.
The mental health charity Mind has developed a new website, Mental Health at Work, offering a range of resources for employers and employees. Associate solicitor Jenny Hawrot in our employment law team explains more about what employers should consider to improve wellbeing in the workplace.
Although there is no one-size-fits-all approach to joint ventures, there are a few key issues for you to think about before embarking on one, explains partner Chris Wills in our corporate & commercial team.
The finalists for the first-ever Cheltenham Awards have just been announced, and we are delighted to see some of the finest businesses and individuals of our town receiving recognition.
When problems arise in a business or close relationship, reaching a compromise whilst preserving goodwill is no simple task. But resolutions are possible without court action. Far from being the ‘soft option’, mediation can be more powerful than people may think, and can be a lifeline for family businesses in conflict. Nick Cox, partner and experienced mediator, explains more.
Join us at our regular employment law breakfast briefings and half-day workshops for business owners, HR and in-house legal counsel.
Download the event schedule and book a seminar with us today via our events page.
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