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Devonshires’ Real Estate & Projects Series
This programme of webinars provides an insight into some key topics relating to Real Estate and Project matters including changes in legislation, market trends and topical news.
The InLaws 2023 – 2024 Event Programme
Devonshires is pleased to present The InLaws 2023 – 2024 Events Programme. Join our forum tailored to the needs of in house lawyers. We host webinars, seminars, soft skills training sessions and the opportunity to meet and network in a social setting. To receive invitations to events in the InLaws programme, please join our mailing
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Dismissals without prior meetings
In Charalambous v National Bank of Greece, the EAT has decided that in some circumstances, a dismissal can be fair even where the dismissing manager did not meet with the employee directly to discuss the case before deciding to dismiss.
Heat Networks and the Energy Bills Discount Scheme – a reminder for heat suppliers to apply
Housing associations with heat networks should take the opportunity now to review their existing contractual arrangements and consider how the new regulatory regime will impact on these.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Importance of identifying decision maker in a discrimination claim
In Alcedo Orange Ltd v Mrs G Ferridge-Gunn, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld an appeal because the Tribunal had not considered who the decision maker was in a case of pregnancy and maternity discrimination.
Act Now: Registration of Higher Risk Buildings and “Key Building Information”
Building owners and dutyholders will understandably be grappling with the multitude of regulations brought into force over the last year relating to building safety.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: LGBTQ+ Inclusion
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) recently conducted research to investigate the extent of progress in recent decades in embedding formal legal protections for LGBT+ workers and how this has translated into positive and inclusive experiences in the workplace.
A big week for sustainability reporting- and reasons to give us hope!
The scope of environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting and funder due diligence can cause quite a headache.  But several publications last week gave us reasons to hope.
The Renters (Reform) Bill
On 17 May 2023, the ‘Renters (Reform) Bill’ (‘the Bill’) was published. The Bill contains many planned reforms and will significantly impact both the private rented and social housing sectors. 
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Code of Practice
The British Standards Institution (BSI) have published a new code of practice to help organisations create an increasingly diverse and inclusive workplace culture.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Competing Protected Characteristics
A long awaited EAT Judgment in Higgs V Farmor’s School has failed to offer guidance to employers in competing protected beliefs cases.
HMPL Building Blocks Webinar Programme – 2023/2024
Devonshires Housing Management and Property Litigation Building Blocks Webinar programme is back due to popular demand!