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Insights

DMH Stallard advises building specialist on sale to SOCOTEC

DMH Stallard advises on the sale of a leading UK specialist building surveyor

11/12/2023

Insights

DMH Stallard LLP acts for Chill Brands Group plc in completing its fundraisings

DMH Stallard was legal adviser to Chill Brands Group plc on the fundraisings and publication of the prospectus and liaised with the Financial Conduct Authority

10/12/2023

Announcements

Corporate awards are ‘gr-eight’ for DMH Stallard

The Corporate department at DMH Stallard has been shortlisted for an incredible eight different awards at the 2024 South East Dealmakers Awards

06/12/2023

Insights

What does fair redundancy consultation mean?

All employers will be familiar with the need to follow a fair process of consultation in relation to any redundancy dismissals. But what does that mean?

01/12/2023

Insights

Major reforms to Companies House

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 (the “Act”) has now received Royal Assent and become law

30/11/2023

Resources

Corporate Commentary – Employee Share Schemes

In episode 6, Jonathan Grant, Partner and Head of Corporate, teams up with Liz Gillingham, Senior Associate, to look at employee share schemes.

30/11/2023

Resources

A huge sigh of relief for administrators making redundancies

In our Insolvency team’s first in the series of Case Commentaries, they look at the recent clarification given by the Supreme Court to administrators making redundancies.

29/11/2023

Insights

Supreme Court rules that Deliveroo riders are not workers and cannot unionise

The Supreme Court brought an end to years of litigation this week and confirmed that Deliveroo riders were not ‘workers’ within the meaning of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA)

27/11/2023

Media spotlight

Government plans to cap migration could harm health and social care sectors

Immigration expert Adam Williams provides his insight to CareHomeProfessional.com on the potential harmful impact cutting immigration is likely to have on healthcare in the UK

Adam Williams

27/11/2023

Podcasts

All change? Brexit ‘bonfires’, holiday pay and TUPE

In this episode, our Employment team discuss the latest update on the retained EU law bill and the government’s proposals providing for changes to UK employment laws in respect of working time regulations, which is set to come into force on 1 January 2024.

22/11/2023

Media spotlight

Planning permission for new area outside Brighton & Hove football club

Daniel Frisby comments for Brighton and Hove News on the new plans that have been submitted to create a new zone outside the football stadium for food, drinks, screens and live music.

Daniel Frisby

22/11/2023

Media spotlight

Is the four-day week here to stay?

Greg Burgess writes an article for People Management on whether the four-day working week is here to stay

20/11/2023

Insights

Incredible and inspiring young woman’ is Resident of the Month

The Horsham Resident of the Month for October was described as a ‘superpowered fundraiser’ at a presentation this week.

17/11/2023

Insights

Levelling-Up and Regeneration Act 2023: The demise of the four-year rule

A blanket 10 year time limit due to be implemented to take enforcement action on development without planning permission

17/11/2023

Insights

A Street Angel is Resident of the Month

A retired management consultant who swapped the international finance sector for a local volunteering role is the Guildford Resident of the Month for September.

16/11/2023

Insights

Whistleblowing and Modern Slavery in the context of Employment Law

Modern Slavery Act (MSA) has required commercial organisations carrying on business in the UK with an annual turnover of more than £36m to publish an annual slavery and human trafficking statement

16/11/2023

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