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Protecting your business from former employees - potential developments in the pipeline

Gillian Markland
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A non-compete clause is a type of restrictive covenant commonly found in employment contracts. Their purpose is to protect a business by preventing an employee from either (a) working for a competitor or (b) setting up their own competing business for a...

Self-employed or freelance staff? The Uber case and its implications for SMEs

Marie Horner
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Does your business rely upon staff who you deem to be freelance or self-employed? If so, you would be well-advised to take a moment to review those relationships in light of the recent decision in Uber BV & othrs v Aslam & othr s. If, as in the...

Harrowells now has an office in Malton

Peter Mills
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Our Agricultural, Commercial and Private Client Teams have been successful in winning new instructions in the Ryedale area in recent months. As a result, we have opened a base in Malton so that we can more easily look after our clients and contacts in the...

IR35 and what this may mean for you

Gillian Markland
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A number of tax changes were due to be brought into force in April 2020, including those encompassed by IR35, which covers the relationship between organisations and any contractor using a personal service company (PSC).  Due to Covid-19, implementation...

How employers can prepare for attendance at an online employment tribunal

Marie Horner
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Given the increased likelihood of having to defend tribunal claims, it is important that businesses understand the process and logistics of attending a hearing. This is arguably even more important now that many employment tribunal hearings are being...

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