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  • Exciting opportunity for a Paralegal within the Leasehold Enfranchisement Team in Chichester!
  • You'll work in a highly regarded and expert Leasehold Enfranchisement Team
  • As a Paralegal you will provide direct support to Fee Earners to enable FEs to operate at optimum efficiency
  • You must be IT literate and attentive to detail, with proven expertise in client care
  • We’ll give you all the training and support you’ll need to help you succeed in this highly rewarding role

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COVID-19: list published of 16 sectors where workers may be exempt from 'close contact' self-isolation

Last night, the government updated its guidance on NHS test and trace in the workplace to include information which explains how employers engaged in

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Political protests in sport - Athletes’ rights and duties at the 2020 Olympics

Sport cuts across race, religion, age, gender, politics and more. Indeed, the unifying nature of sport is one of its greatest attributes, and one

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Frontline health and care staff don't have to self-isolate if they've been in contact with someone with COVID-19

On Monday 19 July, the government announced that double vaccinated frontline NHS and social care staff in England, who have been told to self-isolate

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Education sector: FAQs about self isolation and COVID safety requirements after 19 July

Despite the surge in the numbers of people testing positive for COVID-19, from Monday 19 July most restrictions, put in place in England to protect

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Can employers ask clinically extremely vulnerable people to return to work on 19 July?

On Monday 19 July most COVID-19 restrictions in England will end - including the government's Instruction to 'work from home if you can'. The

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Employers guide to the NHS test and trace app

Many people in England and Wales have the NHS COVID app on their phones. You can use this to check into a venue, check your symptoms and keep track

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What should you do if you discover that an existing employee hasn't applied for settled or pre-settled status?

All employers in the UK have a responsibility to prevent illegal working. You do this by conducting simple right to work checks before you employ

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Legal requirement to wear masks, follow social distancing rules and work from home end on 19 July 2021

Yesterday, the Prime Minister announced that the vast majority of COVID-19 laws, implemented to protect the public during the pandemic, will probably

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COVID-19: Employee who refused to return to work to protect his vulnerable father was unfairly dismissed

We've been regularly reviewing the trickle of COVID-19 related employment claims which have been decided by the Employment Tribunals. So far, there's

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The Art of the Con in 2021- it’s Meta

A JPG of Beeple's collected works was sold recently at a Christie's auction for a cool $69.3 million. Yes, you read that right, a JPG. The musician

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Sending a pregnant woman home during COVID-19 lockdown was not maternity discrimination

In Prosser v Community Gateway Association Ltd, the Employment Tribunal had to decide if a pregnant women, engaged under a zero hours contract, was

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Employee who asked to be furloughed because of fears about COVID-19 was not unfairly dismissed

Tribunals are starting to determine a steady stream of COVID-19 related claims commenced in the early stages of the pandemic. We've reported on two:

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Right to work checks - a trap for the unwary

At the moment, any UK employer who engages someone from the EU only has to undertake a basic right to work check, such as looking at their passport

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Nero CVA challenge to proceed to full trial

As with many retail businesses, the Nero Group has been seriously impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The company is the tenant of 619 stores and in

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Two recent judgments increase pressure on UK government to respond to MEPs' rejection of the Commission's Draft Data Adequacy decision

It is to be expected two judgments handed down in the past 48 hours will impact on how the UK Government responds to Friday's resolution with MEPs

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Nominee found in breach of duties in successful Regis’ CVA challenge and CVA revoked: a warning shot across the bows of accountancy firms

The legal challenge (Carraway Guildford (Nominee A) Limited and Others v Regis UK Limited and Others, No. 8276 of 2018) by landlords against a retail

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Permission to appeal granted on five grounds in New Look CVA challenges

Landlords on 10th May lost their legal challenge at first instance against fashion retailer New Look’s use of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA)

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Why menopause is a business issue

Last night, Channel 4 aired a documentary - Sex, Myths and the Menopause, presented by Davina McColl. It revealed that many women experiencing

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Queen's Speech: what are the implications for employment law?

In short, not very much. Despite the government's promises to protect and enhance worker rights, this Queen's Speech made no mention of an Employment

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Right to work checks - COVID flexibility now due to end on 20 June

A few weeks ago we informed you that the temporary right to work checks in force during the COVID-19 pandemic would end on 16 May. However, the

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