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How to avoid the Employment Tribunal when staff return to the office

Employment law specialist Sarah Begley writes for HR Magazine on the implications for employers when the workforce begins to return...

The Wilkes Partnership supports local artists

Birmingham law firm The Wilkes Partnership has renewed its commitment to the local art scene by continuing its sponsorship of...

When redundancy is on the agenda, following the correct procedure protects both sides

The government will begin to reduce support to employers and employees through the Job Retention Coronavirus Scheme, generally referred to...

Civil or religious: all marriages are not created equal

The Wilkes Partnership is delighted to welcome Hina Qazi to the Family team as a Paralegal. Hina will be working...

Multi-skilled team from the Wilkes Partnership completes an international deal for UK based client

The Wilkes Partnership’s collaborative approach to client service has seen another international deal successfully over the line. Led by consultant...

Relocating: it’s a family matter

More than twelve months spent in and out of lockdown has prompted many people to re-evaluate their lives. Work/life balance,...

Care proceedings: it is essential to listen to the voice of the child

Ruth Harrison-Byrne is a partner and Head of the Childcare team at the Wilkes Partnership. She says “Protecting the safety...

Deputies and attorneys: be clear on your “Duties of investment”

Being appointed as an attorney or deputy for an incapacitated person is a significant responsibility. The role holder takes control...

Six promotions as the Wilkes Partnership goes from strength to strength

Midlands law firm the Wilkes Partnership has announced a round of six promotions as it sets its sights on another...

Pressure sores: a time to seek legal advice?

All that any of us hope for at a time of ill health is timely and efficient care provided by...

Developers to contribute towards the provision of NHS hospital services in Worcestershire

The Planning Inspectorate has granted planning permission for a 500 home development to begin on sites at Whitford Road and...

IR35 reforms: HMRC catches up with those who try to blur the line between contractor and self-employed

It has been accepted that, to encourage investment, self-employed entrepreneurs who run their own businesses receive tax advantages. However, by...

The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises Quattro Pensions in deal with Broadstone Group

Headed by Gareth O’Hara, Senior Partner, the Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team has advised Redditch based Quattro Pensions in a deal...

Toxic Shock Syndrome: a time to seek legal advice?

Kate Campbell-Gunn specialises in personal injury and medical negligence matters at the Wilkes Partnership. The nature of her work means...

Fallout from Covid-19: Employment tribunal claims are on the rise

The work environment has received a seismic blow as the UK and the rest of the world have grappled with...
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