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Hearing loss is a condition which we will all deal with at some point in our lives. As with issues with our sight, it is more than likely to occur as we mature in age. However, those who have... more »
Commercial Agency Law Insight: To What Extent is a Principal Entitled to Turn Customer Accounts Into House Accounts?
When the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 came into force on the 1st of January 1994 they represented an entirely new concept in the United Kingdom. Unlike other jurisdictions, notably France and Germany, that had established legislation specifically... more »
On the morning of 7 February 2018 the Government announced proposals to address issues derived from the Taylor report, which was published during 2017. Taylor addressed issues relevant to modern workplaces and also modern work practices, which included the... more »
The ability to use your hands is an essential part of everyday life. Losing the ability to use them effectively is something that fortunately does not affect many people. However sadly some workers are still being exposed to dangerous... more »
News reports have confirmed that a woman is pursuing legal action against the promoters of the group Little Mix, alleging that there has been disability discrimination. The woman is deaf and was part of a group of people attending... more »
Over many years, my guess is that we have all come across cases when organisations have refused to tell us something or to disclose a particular document. When challenged, a common answer has been that it is not permitted... more »