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Failure to pay father full pay for shared parental leave is not sex discrimination

United Kingdom - April 12 2018 The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) has decided that it is not sex discrimination to fail to pay full salary to a father taking shared parental

Paying different dividends to different share classes: as easy as A, B, C?

United Kingdom - June 16 2017 Giving a company the ability to pay different rates of dividend to different shareholders can be a useful tool. One way to achieve this is to give

Making a termination payment after 5 April 2018? Read this!

United Kingdom - February 7 2018 The new rules emerged from a Government consultation on the simplification of the tax treatment of termination payments which was first launched in

The FIFA World Cup 2018 - Ambush Marketing and the Law

Global - July 20 2017 The FIFA World Cup 2018 - Ambush Marketing and the Law Inside What is ambush marketing? Legal Controls Non legal tactics Top tips run up to the Word

Warranty and Indemnity Insurance - the what, why and how of it?

United Kingdom - June 13 2017 Whilst the use of W&I Insurance in M&A transactions has been available for some time, its use has increased dramatically in the past few years

Failure to pay father full pay for shared parental leave is not sex discrimination

United Kingdom - April 12 2018 The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) has decided that it is not sex discrimination to fail to pay full salary to a father taking shared parental

HMRC publishes guidance on new PILON tax rules but uncertainty remains

United Kingdom - April 12 2018 HM Revenue & Customs has published guidance on the new rules that require income tax and national insurance contributions (NICs) to be paid on all

The half way point to Brexit: 12 months down, 12 months to go

European Union, United Kingdom - March 29 2018 Today marks the one year anniversary since Article 50 was triggered on 29 March 2017. The last 12 months have seen a number of key developments

EHRC Slams ‘Toxic’ Sexual Harassment Culture

United Kingdom - March 29 2018 The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has denounced a ‘corrosive culture’ of sexual harassment at work and outlined recommendations for

New tax rules for payments in lieu of notice

United Kingdom - March 28 2018 New tax rules will mean that income tax and national insurance contributions (NICs) must be paid on all payments in lieu of notice