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D-BRIEF – Can an Employer dismiss an employee to protect against reputational damage?
This article reviews the cases of K v L and Leach v The Office of Communications and considers the impact these cases have on an employer’s ability to dismiss employees to protect against reputational damage.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Right to Work Checks
We highlight two key changes to right to work checks, which will come into effect in the coming months.
IT’S THE LAW: Tetris Time Management
In this edition of IT’S THE LAW we tackle something a bit different. Time Management. How to get more done, better, in less time.
Leasehold & Property Litigation Webinar Programme- Spring/Summer 2021
Devonshires Leasehold & Property Litigation Team are pleased to present the Spring/Summer 2021 Leasehold & Property Litigation training programme.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Right to Disconnect
In our new Employment & Pensions Blog, we look to answer the question of when do employees have a right to disconnect from their professional lives?
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Covid-19 Updates for Employers
In our new article, we discuss the developments of Covid-19 guidelines as we progress along the roadmap and what this means for employers.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Legislative Changes in the New Tax Year
In our new article, we discuss the legislative changes that have been implemented upon the dawning of a new tax year, and what employers need to know.
Public Procurement Regulations – Ask the Expert: Kris Kelliher
What public procurement regulations do we have to comply with now that the United Kingdom has left the EU, and are these likely to change in the future?
CPR 81: the new contempt of court rules
The new Civil Procedure Rule (CPR) 81 changed the procedure for contempt of court and applies to all applications on foot or those that commenced after 1 October 2020.
Dealing with Hoarding during the Coronavirus crisis
There has been some focus on the effects of anti-social behaviour upon neighbours, but what about cases such as hoarding where the main person affected is the hoarder themselves and the property?
How to Keep In Touch While Working Remotely
At Devonshires, we have strived to achieve this through various initiatives to engage with our clients and keep people connected and, in particular, to ensure that officers at all levels are able to keep their legal knowledge up to date and perhaps learn something new too.
Flexible tenancies appear decidedly inflexible following recent Court of Appeal decision
Ms Kalonga was the flexible tenant of Croydon under a five year secure fixed term tenancy agreement. Croydon sought possession within the fixed term on Grounds 1 and 2 of Schedule 2 of the Housing Act 1985 relying on allegations of non-payment of rent and anti-social behaviour.