265 articles over 53 pages
27 June 2013
Rawlison Butler LLP has advised the joint liquidators of Antech Direct Limited (In Liquidation), on the sale to TechYoYo Limited (a member of the Centerprise International Group) of its former long established PC development and gaming brand ‘YoYoTech’ and related assets.
17 June 2013
A recent Employment Tribunal decision has provided a useful insight into the issue of when a forced retirement might not amount to age discrimination. Will Walsh from the Employment Team explains further.
11 June 2013
There are many reasons for businesses looking to develop or expand their markets and sales beyond UK shores, explains Mark O'Shea from our Commerce & Technology Team.
04 June 2013
The level of mental capacity required to make a Will varies depending on the complexity of the estate and instructions given. The greater the complexity, the higher the testamentary capacity required. The Court will do its upmost to uphold the wishes of the deceased but there are measures that can be taken when the Will is being prepared and executed which can significantly reduce the possibility of the Will being challenged. Robert Worthing from our Will Disputes Team looks at this in further detail.
23 May 2013
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed in a recent case that whilst obesity itself is not considered to be an “impairment” for disability discrimination purposes, if the individual suffers from a number of physical and mental conditions then it is possible that they could be classed as being disabled. Reema Jethwa from our Employment Team looks at the case in further detail.