Real Business has hosted its first webinar, for which we focused on employment law, joined by PwC barrister and employment lawyer Tilly Harries.
Amanda Boyd, professional support employment lawyer at LHS Solicitors, says all businesses should approach sexual harassment claims with a degree of sensitivity and diplomacy.
At a bloated 1.7m paragraphs long, the EU’s new MiFID II regulation is is a breathtakingly inept response to the international financial crash of 2008.
The BBC’s China editor, Carrie Gracie, handed in her resignation, unhappy with the company’s divulged gender pay gap. Should this be a cause for concern amongst employers preparing to similarly publish such information?
To divorce your business partner is a difficult process, and one that is often not anticipated or planned for. It can be complex when children are involved – but your company can make things get down right dirty.
First thing’s first, let’s discuss the difference between someone who has been let go or fired, because believe it or not, yes it does matter.
Legal experts Laura Conway and Blair Adams explain why restrictive covenants can help a business protect its assets after a member of staff leaves.
This time on GDPR doctors, we have a new doctor of legal taking on an enquiry from a business leader who has raised some data concerns.
The benefits of social media engagement for businesses are well-known, whether that be increasing brand awareness, learning about a target audience or facilitating intra-organisation communication. However, social media use naturally brings its dangers too.
Real Business will be hosting a webinar on 13 December, dedicated to the changes we’ve seen in the employment law landscape this year, as well as those yet to come.
A dog-walking company is facing a legal challenge from Wu-Tang Clan rapper and producer RZA, after filing a trademark application for Woof-Tang Clan.
Many bosses have faced disputes which have arisen because employment contracts were either not issued, or were poorly drafted. But it is possible to avoid such scenarios by ensuring all employees are handed appropriate and robust contracts in the first place.