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Uber’s decision to pay the national living wage, holiday entitlement and pension contributions could remove one of the fundamental attractions of working in the gig economy, according to employment experts at Thursfield Solicitors. Helena Morrissey, director and head of employment at Thursfields, said: “Uber drivers are today celebrating the Supreme Court decision that they should…Read full news story
Helena qualified as a solicitor in 2003, having originally graduated in music and having spent several years working for BBC Radio 3 as a researcher and producer. She advises on the whole spectrum of employment law issues, from day to day HR matters such as managing disciplinary, performance and absence issues, to conducting complex Employment…
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Thursfields Employment Team is 'an effective unit' that 'handles myriad employment matters at all levels for a range of commercial clients.
New rules making it easier for commercial premises to be converted into homes to help revitalise England’s high streets and town centres have been welcomed by Thursfields Solicitors. The package of government measures, announced by housing secretary Robert Jenrick, are aimed at providing more homes and transforming unused buildings to give high streets a new…Read full news story
Well yes and no. You are correct that there are rules in place to distribute your estate, in the absence of a Will. But the rules do not take into account the true nature of family relationships and what the average person might think is “right” of “fair”. For example, if you are legally married…Read full news story