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Bristol event discusses the city’s opportunities for construction

Bristol event discusses the city’s opportunities for construction

“There is great opportunity to develop in Bristol as it’s constantly evolving as a city”, according to the panel at a recent event hosted by Bristol law firm Gregg Latchams. Gregg Latchams’ C...

Bristol event presents pragmatic solutions to care problems

Bristol event presents pragmatic solutions to care problems

‘The care industry must work as a collective and not in silos to avoid the vulnerable falling victim to physical, financial and emotional negligence’, according to speakers at a recent event hoste...

Nick Jones, Bristol employment solicitor and Head of the Gregg Latchams’ employment team considers the recent case of Forbes v LHR Airport

Nick Jones, Bristol employment solicitor and Head of the Gregg Latchams’ employment team considers the recent case of Forbes v LHR Airport

Amy harasses Bill if she does something in relation to a protected characteristic (race, sex, disability etc) which has the purpose or effect of violating Bill's dignity or creating an intimidating, h...

Cecily Donoghue, employment solicitor in GL’s employment team considers the recent Unfair Dismissal case of Phoenix House v Stockman

Cecily Donoghue, employment solicitor in GL’s employment team considers the recent Unfair Dismissal case of Phoenix House v Stockman

In unfair dismissal cases, both the compensatory and basic awards can be reduced by the tribunal, potentially to zero, based on the employee's conduct before dismissal. Secret recordings of meetings b...

Nick Jones, Bristol employment solicitor and Head of the Gregg Latchams’ employment team considers the recent case of Raj v Capita Business Services, where an employee alleged harassment by a manager who had massaged his shoulders in the office.

Nick Jones, Bristol employment solicitor and Head of the Gregg Latchams’ employment team considers the recent case of Raj v Capita Business Services, where an employee alleged harassment by a manager who had massaged his shoulders in the office.

Harassment has been in the legal news again this month. Anthony harasses Belinda if he does something in relation to a protected characteristic (race, sex etc) which has the purpose or effect of viola...

Know your rights as a Grandparent!

Know your rights as a Grandparent!

Because its Grandparents Day, we thought it would be best to explain what rights you, as a grandparent, have when a relationship breakdown happens within the family. In the UK two-thirds of grandpare...

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