Molesworths News May - Jun 2011
All the latest industry and legal news from your team at Molesworths.
Date online: 30/06/2011
Workplace accidents involving falls from height are regrettably frequent. In 2008/09 there were 35 fatalities, 4,654 major injuries, and a further 7,065 injuries where the injured person had to take three or more days off work due to a fall from height.
Date online: 16/06/2011
The Court of Appeal has recently handed down a judgment in a ‘big money’ divorce case which shows the approach the courts are likely to take towards financial settlements on divorce when one of the spouses has substantial inherited assets.
Date online: 11/06/2011
A compromise agreement is a legally binding agreement by which an employee undertakes to refrain from instigating Employment Tribunal (ET) proceedings against his or her employer or
Date online: 06/06/2011
A recent ruling of the Supreme Court is an important victory for victims of mesothelioma, particularly those who claim to have developed the disease after exposure to only small amounts of asbestos dust.
Date online: 03/06/2011
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that for consultation during a redundancy selection process to be fair, an employee should be provided with sufficient information.
Date online: 25/05/2011
The Government has announced that the right to request time to train will not be extended this April to employees of small and medium-sized businesses.