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To keep you up to date with developments and changes in the law, provide you with further insight into specialist areas of law and to keep you informed about changes and developments at Andrew Jackson, we keep these pages regularly updated.
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For your ease of reference, our News section contains copies of past e-newsletters and articles and blogs from our specialist team of lawyers and solicitors. It also contains copies of significant press releases and news articles about the firm.
In our Events section, you will find details of upcoming events. Each year we deliver a comprehensive programme of events, designed to highlight significant developments in the legal calendar providing valuable updates in areas of law which are constantly changing.
Covering a wide range of issues and subjects which our clients and business associates want to hear about, our events take place at a variety of locations, and at different times of the day, so that we can provide plenty of flexibility. Details of how to sign up for any of our events are contained in the Events section.
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- Guidance given on when employees can use secret recordings in employment claims >
- Employer can use using recruitment criteria when selecting for redundancy >
- Different policies can be applied to different employees to avoid discrimination >
- Have your say: restrictions on company and trading names >
- Businesses should check they comply with discrimination laws on access to their goods and services >
- Implied agency means sub-licence can survive termination of head licence >
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