Here’s the breakdown of what furlough means from a legal perspective, including when employers should take advantage of the Government scheme.
With the GDPR deadline not far away, it’s time to start preparing. But don’t forget, employee data management is just as important as customer information.
What does Prince Harry’s girlfriend have in common with her character in legal drama Suits? Besides designer outfits and do-it-their-own-way beaus, neither is a lawyer.
Having first used the Special K brand in 1955, food manufacturing company Kellogg’s is countering a move by Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis to use the term for his own merchandise line.
Simon Whitehead, partner at HRC Law, recently hit the £1m turnover mark and has joined our Founders Diaries section to share his growth stories.
3nder – the app for people looking for threesomes – has come under legal fire from Tinder, which claims the names of the services will confuse consumers, but the former’s founder has hit back and refuses to be dominated by the online dating giant.
On the back of social media platform Instagram demanding British-based anti-litter app Littergram change its name to avoid confusion, we look at some of the other recent examples of big business bullying.
Having been named the Friend to Business at the Everline Future 50 2016, Real Business spoke with Absolute Barrister’s co-founder Simon Gittins, who discussed the digital legal service’s growth, future, and working alongside his partner and wife Katy.
The legal industry isn’t immediately one you’d consider digital-centric, but that’s precisely why Essex-based law firm Fisher Jones Greenwood has embraced technology across the company.
Lawyers have been increasingly liberated from their desks thanks to digital software, with convenience and affordability the main benefits, but security management was named as the biggest challenge facing legal IT departments – especially in small and medium-sized practices.
We’ve all been there – delaying jobs we know we should be doing today. Whether it’s replying to those outstanding emails in work or putting up those shelves at home, we all do it.
Following claims his father-in-law was guilty of fraud, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay found himself in court this year – this has made it apparent that even having family tied into a business is no guarantee of success or safety.