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April 2017 Changes

Legal changes affecting you, your Business and employees in April 2017 including National Minimum Wage & Statutory Sick Pay.

The run-up to April is typically a busy time of year for businesses as HR & Finance teams prepare for new legislation that comes into force relating to tax, rates paid and the movement of employees.

Our commercial and private client teams highlight the key areas of law that are changing in April 2017 that you should be prepared for, including Gender Pay Gap Reporting, Minimum and Living wage and Statutory Pay, Universal tax credit and The Residence Nil Rate Band.

We also provide an overview of the biggest change set to come into force in 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will affect all functions within businesses of all sizes. 

KEEP UP TO DATE WITH ALL THE LATEST APRIL CHANGES NEWS FROM ACROSS THE UK

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Marilyn Bell
Marilyn Bell
Partner | Head of Family

Chris Cook
Chris Cook
Partner | Head of Employment

Tracy Lacey-Smith
Tracy Lacey-Smith
Partner | Joint Head of Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Rob Ryall
Robert Ryall
Partner | Joint Head of Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Terence Ritchie
Terence Ritchie
Partner | Joint Head of Real Estate

Steve Kenneford
Steve Kenneford
Partner | Joint Head of Real Estate

Mike Lewis
Mike Lewis
Head of Property Litigation

Chris Wilks
Chris Wilks
Partner | Head of Corporate & Commercial

Gill Garrett
Gill Garrett
Partner | Director of Finance & Business Support

Julie Gingell
Julie Gingell
Partner | Director of Marketing & Business Development

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