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Amendments to the People with Significant Control (PSC) Regulations came into force on 26 June 2017 - our Corporate team review the revisions and impacts that non-compliance can have on businesses and directors.

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There has been a steady stream of media coverage relating to abuses of the leasehold system by big homebuilders and finance companies. Our team outlines the main issues.

The post Government considers changes to the leasehold system appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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With Solicitor Michael Miller in attendance at the FCA's open AGM on 18th July 2017, we provide a summary of what Andrew Bailey, the FCA CEO, said regarding a number of issues, including IRHPs, HBOS/Lloyds, RBS' GRG & the Connaught Action Group.

The post The FCA AGM 2017 – what did we find out? appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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Last week the Court of Appeal clarified that a disclosure does not need to be in the interest of the public at large in order to qualify for whistleblower protection - our Employment team explain.

The post Whistleblowing – the Court of Appeal clarifies ‘Public Interest Test’ appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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A company which provides pathology services to the NHS, the Doctors Laboratory has admitted that […]

The post The Doctors Laboratory admits couriers are “workers”, not self-employed contractors appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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According to new proposals by the thinktank, the Resolution Foundation, self-employed workers should be entitled […]

The post Self-employed should receive minimum wage, says Resolution Foundation appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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According to the UCL Institute of Education, zero hours contracts are having impact on the […]

The post Zero hours contracts negatively impact the health of young workers appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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This month, the Government has published the long-awaited Taylor Review (now called the ‘Good Work’ […]

The post Spotlight on: The Taylor Review appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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Mr King worked for The Sash Window Workshop Ltd (SWW) as a salesman for 13 years. During this […]

The post Carrying over paid holiday entitlement when an employer does not pay for holidays appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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The High Court have upheld a six-month non-compete restrictive covenant in Egon Zehnder Ltd v […]

The post Non-compete clause: assessed at the time contract entered into accounting for parties’ expectations appeared first on berg Solicitors.

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