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Club don’t live here, anymore

Have you been told to leave your premises for breaching your lease? Don’t panic, you might have more control over the situation than you think.

No lease no rights?

Concerned about not having a written lease for your premises? Check out what our lawyers have to say.

What now, for our brave new GDPR world?

Gillian Scribbins, data protection specialist at leading law firm Muckle LLP, rolls away the rubble and rubbish that ravaged our inboxes in May to review what really matters for organisations.

Return of the return

It’s annual return time again for those clubs which are registered charities, and there are some changes coming in on the 2018 forms. Here are a few pointers on what to expect later this year.

Easy-peasy? Children and GDPR

Learn more about the new rules on children’s data with our straightforward advice on GDPR.

Gender pay on display

New initiative requires employers to bare all and publish gender pay gap results.

4 ways to get drugs and alcohol testing right

Need to test your employees for drugs or alcohol? Check out our top tips for managing the process and maintaining good employee relations.

Keep calm… here’s the Employment Team Christmas newsletter

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Welcome to the Muckle LLP Employment Team’s Christmas 2017 newsletter.

Employment tribunal fees abolished

Why has the Supreme Court decided employment fees are unlawful?

GDPR update: Got a processor? Get a contract

If you use third parties to process that data, then you have data processors and you’ll need a contract in place to make sure you meet the new General Data Protection Regulations in May 2018. Here what you need to know.