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Growing Your Business on Solid Foundations event gives local businesses the tools to grow

Growing Your Business on Solid Foundations event gives local businesses the tools to grow

‘Without a strategic plan you don’t have anything to engage your people with, harness that energy or unlock potential’, according to speakers at this month’s ‘Growing your business on solid ...

We are recognised as a signatory on the Bristol Equality Charter

We are recognised as a signatory on the Bristol Equality Charter

As a firm we have many credentials but one that really stands with our values was becoming a signatory of the Bristol Equality Charter - a voluntary action to promote and work towards equality in the ...

Pros and cons of crowdfunding

Pros and cons of crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is becoming an increasingly popular way of investing in a start-up or expanding businesses. Traditionally new businesses would raise capital by obtaining big investments from a small numb...

Disability Discrimination – when is an employee disabled?

Disability Discrimination – when is an employee disabled?

Nick Jones, specialist employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ employment team reports on the recent case of Parnaby v Leicester City Council, where the employment tribunal considered wheth...

Are vegetarians protected at work?

Are vegetarians protected at work?

Cecily Donoghue, specialist employment solicitor, considers the case of Conisbee v Crossley Farms, where an employment tribunal was asked to consider whether vegetarianism could be protected as a phil...

Developments in the Gig Economy – Nick Jones, employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ Employment and Business Support team considers the recent case of B v Yodel, where important questions defining gig economy workers have been referred to the European Court of Justice.

Developments in the Gig Economy – Nick Jones, employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ Employment and Business Support team considers the recent case of B v Yodel, where important questions defining gig economy workers have been referred to the European Court of Justice.

Worker status is the holy grail in the gig economy, including the fields of taxi rides, food delivery and courier services. Workers are entitled to certain employment rights such as the national minim...

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