From 6 April 2019, legislation is coming into force giving a right to all workers to be provided with an itemised pay statement and the ability to enforce this right at an employment tribunal. Additionally, where a worker is paid hourly, the itemised payslips must contain the number of hours paid for.
In brief: Check your payslip
Ask the expert: Why MEES?Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Sarah Barratt, property disputes lawyer at Muckle LLP, examines what the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards mean for the private rented property market.
New acid test demolishes landlord’s ‘pointless’ planWednesday, November 20, 2019
Sarah Barratt, property disputes lawyer, shares how a tenant wrecked a commercial landlord’s scheme to secure possession through planned works.
Episode I: Striking the Right DealFriday, November 15, 2019
John Devine, sports and media lawyer and lifelong Star Wars fan, explains how getting the deal structure right with key collaborators is crucial for any business, whether or not you have plans to build an Empire.