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Housing Management & Property Litigation Brief – Wales: Issue 3
Welcome to the new edition of our Housing Management & Property Litigation brief tailored to Welsh Registered Social Landlords!
Ask the Expert – Succession, Kenya Greenidge
How has the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 changed succession rules in Wales?
The Leaseholder Support Scheme – An Update
The Scheme was introduced by the Welsh Government to help those facing significant financial hardship as a direct result of fire safety issues affecting their property.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Do the words “I’m done” amount to a resignation?
In Cope v Razzle Dazzle Costumes Ltd the ET held that an employee who handed in her keys and said "I'm done" with a hand gesture did not resign.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Gender Pay Gap
Last week was the deadline for organisations to submit their 2022/2023 Gender Pay Gap data. The UK’s latest data is being reported as showing the average gender pay gap at the same level as five years ago.
Cybersecurity: Key considerations for your organisation
Cybersecurity has become an increasingly pressing issue for the safety of businesses and their data in recent years.
All in a day’s work – The TCC considers the meaning of a “day”
A recent decision on the meaning of a word in a JCT contract serves as a reminder to parties to construction contracts to ensure that they understand the mechanics of the agreements they enter into.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Returnership Programme
Following the announcement of the new Returnership Programme in the Spring 2023 Budget which is targeted at over 50s, the Government has now published employer guidance on how they can help individuals return to work.
Housing Management & Property Litigation Brief: Issue 30
Welcome to the brand new edition of our Housing Management brief!
Ask the Expert – Richard Blakeway, the Housing Ombudsman
Richard Blakeway responds to some questions on the Housing Ombudsman’s latest Spotlight report and gives an insight into other key areas currently being examined.
Spotlight on…Alex Loxton
My career in law started at the County Court in Birmingham so many years ago that my first day coincided with the Civil Procedure Rules first being implemented – May 1999! I guess that gives away my age a little …
Spotlight on…Mary Brennan
I have recently joined the team at Devonshires, based in our fast-growing Leeds office.