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Amy Sevier wins the Women in Law Award for Property Litigation
Head of Property Dispute Resolution, Amy Sevier has won a Women in Law 2018 Award from Lawyer Monthly magazine
Leave to Remove a Child – Why it matters and the importance of getting the right advice
Ruth Abrams explains the importance of getting the right advice when it comes to Leave to Remove a Child.
Keeping a business going when relationships break down
Head of family law and head of Corporate and commercial join forces to write for SME about mitigating the risks of setting up a family business.
Ground (f) redevelopment: When unconditional intention appears to be conditional
Head of Property Dispute Resolution Amy Sevier writes for Property Investor News on redevelopment.
Marilyn Bell comments in The Times: Russell Crowe has the right idea with his divorce auction
Russell Crowe is auctioning off memorabilia from his movies and some of his personal items. What an excellent idea, comments Head of Family Law Marilyn…
Data Protection Bill under challenge
Gemma Jones, Head of Immigration, explains the immigration exemptions within the upcoming GDPR
GDPR and Information Security: Are your employees trained to protect data?
With just a short while before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is implemented into UK law, there are many good reasons to check whether…
Key learnings from SA Law's mock employment tribunal
SA Law helps employers prepare for the expected rise in tribunal claims. Read the key learnings for our popular mock tribunal event.
Gender pay gap: employers know the clock is ticking
Quoted in Personnel Today, Partner Keely Rushmore comments on gender pay gap reporting and how it can affect the Employer Brand.
Facing redundancy? Here’s a helpful guide.
The threat of redundancy is unsettling. Employment Solicitor Keely Rushmore outlines what should happen, and what you can do.
All's not well with equity
Partner Keely Rushmore comments in The Law Society Gazette on firms who exclude partners in their gender pay gap report.
Right to work checks and dismissals
The overlap between immigration and employment law is considered in a recent case which examined an individual's right to work.
The Reluctant Divorcee is shortlisted for 2018 CIM awards
SA Law are shortlisted for the 2018 CIM Awards for their Reluctant Divorcee campaign
School Admission Appeals – Top 10 Tips
Here are our top tips for dealing with school admission appeals from Associate Clare Mackay
GDPR for HR
Solicitor Emma Gross explains why HR professionals should revisit their data protection practices ahead of the GDPR
Finding the needle in the haystack - changes ahead for disclosure in civil proceedings
Clare Mackay runs through the proposed changes ahead for disclosure in civil proceedings.
Applicant with Asperger's syndrome wins 'significant' tribunal case
In people Management, Partner Keely Rushmore comments on adjustments to recruitment processes for candidates with Asperger's syndrome.
The end of disguised investment management fees?
New anti-avoidance provisions have brought management fees squarely into the firing line.
Scale of Carillion insolvency masks fundamental problems
Carillion’s insolvency has unusual features, not least its political dimension. In other ways, it is simply a familiar story on a larger scale, says Nat…
Companies House: filing changes
From 30 June 2016, the filing requirements at Companies House will see changes.