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  • Rule 7: Find Ways to Give Back This week, Sarah looks into how the happiest lawyers are ‘givers’ – those who think of ways to help others and give their time and experience to meaningful causes. Click here to read what Sarah has to say…Read More

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  • Rule 6: Treasure Your Network This week, Sarah looks into the importance of treasuring your network of clients in order to provide them with an exceptional service. Click here to read what Sarah has to say….Read More

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  • Rule 3: Making mistakes and supporting your team This week, Sarah looks into how making mistakes is part of life, and it’s how you learn from your mistakes and work as a team to discover an effective way to respond and help find a good solution. Click here to read what Sarah has to say…Read More

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Friday Focus

  • In this week’s edition of Friday Focus Employment Law Partner, Simon Robinson, shares his views on the news relevant to employment law that he found particularly interesting this week. Click here to read what Simon has to say…  Read More

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  • Check out what Simon Horsfield, Employment Law Partner, has to say on the sexism backlash Clarks are currently facing. Click here to read the full article.Read More

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  • Article written by Carl Atkinson, Employment Partner at gunnercooke. Carl gives an insight into the change in calculation procedures for holiday pay in recent years, and why now it’s a source of confusion for both business owners and HR professionals. Click here to read the full article.Read More

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Friday Focus

  • Introducing the latest edition to our Reading Room, Friday Focus. We’re going to be asking partners if there’s anything they’d like to contribute each week as a ’round up’ of current updates and news in relation to their service. The first edition is from Angela Brumpton, Employment Law Partner, with her views on the newsRead More

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  • Rule 1: Be Rich in Experience The first instalment of our gcSeries, The 10 Rules of Being a Happy Lawyer. Sarah Goulbourne will be offering her insight into what she believes helps create a ‘happy lawyer’. This week we’ll be looking at being rich in experience – not just in law, but in life. ClickRead More

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  • Article written by Carl Atkinson, Employment Partner at gunnercooke. Since 2013 it has been necessary for Claimants in Employment Tribunal proceedings to pay a fee to the Tribunal Service to pursue their claim. However, last week the Supreme Court declared that the system of Employment Tribunal fees was unlawful because it restricted access to justiceRead More

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  • Catch up on our latest legal update webinar with Harriet Swainson. This webinar has been specifically written to provide an overview of the various bespoke routes available to building societies when it becomes necessary to recover a secured debt, from a gentle solicitors letter all the way through to a forced sale. Harriet consider’s how andRead More

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  • ‘Restrictive Measures in Employment Contracts’ is the latest publication from the Employment Law Virtual Series by IR Global.                 As a member of IR Global, Shilpen Savani was involved in the discussion on behalf of all members in the UK. Shilpen is a dual practice partner, who is anRead More

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  • Integrity (noun), Integrity can mean lots of things to different people and has the danger of becoming very judgemental. It becomes about ethics, and each person’s ethics varies. We believe that at its heart, integrity should be real and authentic i.e. knowing what you care about and doing your best to be true to thoseRead More

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  • Are you up to date with the latest pensions updates? What’s the latest on auto-enrolment? Can I avoid triggering underfunding debts? Our business is undergoing a merger, how will TUPE impact our pension benefits? Catch up on the answers to this, and more, with pensions partners Ginevra Gatrell and Martin Scott – an unmissable hourRead More

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  • Catch up on our latest People Hour Employment Law webinar with Paul Menham ‘An Overview on Redundancy’ to get advice and tips on the process you need to follow.   People Hour – An overview on Redundancy from gunnercooke llp on Vimeo.Read More

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  • Sometimes Chances Never Die – by Christine Oxenburgh, Dispute Resolution Partner The problem When we go into business with people we normally get on well with and trust them otherwise we would choose different business partners. It is a sad fact of business life that I see a lot of business people who are disappointed orRead More

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  • ‘Business without end’ – article by Christine Oxenburgh, Dispute Resolution Partner I often get asked what happens when a fixed term contract comes to an end and my client carries on doing business with the business on the other side. Most fixed term contracts have built into them what happens if the parties want toRead More

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  • ‘Say what you mean and mean what you say’ (Thanks to Lewis Carroll and the March Hare) – article by Christine Oxenburgh, Dispute Resolution Partner Most of the cases I do that come from Sale and Purchase Agreements centre around breaches of warranty and indemnity claims. A case recently went all the way to the SupremeRead More

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  • Catch up on our webinar ‘Real Estate Recover – Case law update on some grey areas’ with Harriet Swainson. In this webinar, Harriet covers: Lease or licence – Can you ever really create a licence? How can property be dealt with when the company has been dissolved and it has gone bona vacantia? Can youRead More

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  • Word of the Week Trust; Trust is the fundamental building block of any brand, and is the glue for any lasting relationship. A lack of trust within an organisation saps its energy, creates a climate of suspicion and replaces it with internal politics. It leads to low morale and low standards of performance. Trust isRead More

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  • In this webinar, Employment partner Jo Tindall explores reasons for sickness absence dismissals and shares some important tips on how you should approach them. People Hour – Sickness absence dismissals – how, when and why from gunnercooke llp on Vimeo.Read More

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  • Motivation (noun); “superleaders are geniuses at motivation. Unlike ordinary bosses they don’t want 80% of the attention and dedication of their people. They want 100%. And they get 100%. But not by waving big bonuses. It isn’t about money. People know when they are working for a special boss – someone who is changing the […]Read More

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  • Benjamin Black, consultant at gunnercooke, reports on ‘Successful Workforce Mergers – The Power of Planning and Positive Engagement’. Download the full report  Read More

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  • In this webinar, Ian Deakin goes through some of the more recent Employment Law Tribunal decisions and gives advice on what we can learn from them. Catch up via the recording below. 2017.03.27 People Hour – Tribunal update, the Famous Five from gunnercooke llp on Vimeo.Read More

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  • With the imminent introduction of the apprenticeship levy for the new tax year, there has been a renewed focus upon the use of apprenticeships within businesses. All UK businesses are subject to the 0.5% levy, but a £15,000 annual allowance means that only businesses with an annual pay bill of more than £3m will be […]Read More

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  • By Christine Oxenburgh The only person who cannot be ordered to say what they have been told by a client is a lawyer. No one else, not priests not doctors not accountants can simply refuse to answer the questions. But it does not apply to anything said to a lawyer so let’s explore when you […]Read More

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