whiplash
Legislation to implement the Government’s much-heralded whiplash reforms comes into force on 31 May 2021, which sets limits on the…
employment status and rights
The statutory definitions of the three categories of employment status have long been criticised as being unclear, and over the…
copyright
In this unprecedented world of the internet and social media, we often find that both our social lives and quite…
CLIC Sargent Partnership Charity
Inspired by a member of staff, whose daughter received a shock cancer diagnosis, WBW Solicitors has teamed up with a…
government support employment opportunities for young people
The easing of restrictions and progress made with vaccinations will hopefully give businesses more confidence when planning for the future.…
Working from home
With the coronavirus pandemic and resultant lockdown making working from home the new normal for many of us, Martin White,…
IR35
After postponements in 2019 and 2020, the 6 April 2021 is the third date scheduled for the off-payroll working rules…
Divorce sharing
When married couples separate and divorce, part of that process will involve dividing the assets from the marriage and making…
Shielding for CEV individuals
The government has published new shielding guidance for individuals who are clinically extremely vulnerable to a severe COVID-19 illness (CEV…
Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday SDLT
The temporary suspension in Stamp Duty Land Tax has had a dramatic impact on the housing market, particularly in the…