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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2019

Do you have to pay staff for doing "a bit extra" before or after work?

That was the question the employment tribunal had to answer in Fitz v Holland and Barrett. Mr Fitz worked under a series of fixed hours contracts. He

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Mar 2019

Bosses who abuse workers are escaping prosecution

The Director of Labour Market Enforcement, Sir David Metcalf, has warned that employers who commit serious labour abuses are often escaping

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Jan 2018

PILONs and tax - all change

The tax treatment of some termination payments is changing. From 6 April 2018, new rules apply to non-contractual PILONs that are more complicated

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Oct 2017

VAT zero-rating denied for conversion of partly non-residential property into dwellings

The Upper Tribunal has denied VAT zero-rating for dwellings converted from partly non-residential and partly residential areas in a building (Languard

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 9 May 2017

“Exceptional Circumstances”: How long should a Court postpone the sale of a bankrupt’s home for?

The Court of Appeal, in the case of Grant & Another v Baker & Another 2016 EWCH 1782 (Ch), has held that a judge had been wrong to postpone an order

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Mar 2017

Myth: Employers can engage staff on a self-employed basis provided there is a written agreement in place

It is fairly common in some industries to see agreements between individuals and their employers which expressly state that they are "independent

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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Jan 2017

Dilapidations can be taxing

Ten points is the amount of points that the word "tax" will gain a player in the game of Scrabble but get it wrong and it could cost you a lot more

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