New plans come in to force this year whereby employers can give employees company shares in exchange for employment rights. But Telford solicitor Martin Kaye LLP warns Shropshire businesses not to do so unnecessarily.
Within the next year, divorce and family law cases will no longer be eligible for Legal Aid because of government cuts. Martin Kaye solicitors are therefore making changes to help families at this most difficult of times.
Ten years ago, a legal ruling should have meant that stay at home wives would still get half of the assets in a divorce settlement. Today, half and half is still a long way off, warns Shropshire solicitor.
Sophie Davies from the Shropshire and Mid Wales branch of the Institute of Legal Executives and senior legal assistant at Martin Kaye Solicitors in Telford, presented a cheque for £420 to the Midlands Air Ambulance raised from a charity quiz night.
Employment law solicitors at leading Shropshire solicitors Martin Kaye LLP suggest that employers should agree a transport policy now to make sure their employees can still get to work and keep the economy going if the weather gets bad this winter.
Stuart Haynes from leading Shropshire solicitors Martin Kaye LLP has been attending the Integrated Advisory Group (IAG) meeting in San Francisco to learn from the knowledge and experience of leading professionals from around the world.