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Parfitt Cresswell Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 3

Changes to Furlough (Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme) announced on 29 May 2020On 12 May 2020 the Chancellor announced an extension to the CJRS until October 2020, with a requirement that employers would

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Parfitt Cresswell Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 2

Health and Safety requirements upon returning to workLast week the government announced their plans for a gradual easing of lockdown with many employees encouraged to start returning to the workplace.

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Parfitt Cresswell Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 1

Whilst the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough Scheme) has provided a much-needed lifeline for many businesses, this scheme is due to end on 30 June 2020. Take up of the scheme has been very high

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We’re Starting Our Own Radio Show!

The Parfitt Cresswell Legal Hour on Connections RadioIf you’d like to hear from and find out more about our team of legal experts and keep up to date with the latest legal news, then to tune in to Connections

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Career Sacrifice and Compensation

The recently reported case of RC v JC has generated discussion concerning the concept of “compensation” for career sacrifice within matrimonial finance cases.The Wife and Mother in this particular

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Advice for Families with Child Arrangement Orders

Lockdown restrictions may have lifted ever so slightly recently, but the past eight weeks have presented many difficulties for families that are subject to child arrangement orders.  Adhering to lockdown

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Did you know that instructing a solicitor to administer your loved one’s estate could save you money?

Using a solicitor to administer your loved one’s estate could prove to be beneficial in more ways than one.  Not only are we here to meet your emotional needs but also to help with your financial

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The Myth of Common Law Marriage

​There would appear to be a wide misconception that by living with a partner, for a length of time, it is possible to acquire rights akin to those enjoyed by married couples and civil partners. Unfortunately

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Limitation – Is There Any Leeway?

The Limitation Act 1980 sets out various time limits for bringing a claim, after which point the claim is time barred.  For example, a breach of contract claim must be brought within 6 years. Other

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Parfitt Cresswell – we’re open for business as usual

We’re all now 6 weeks into the Covid-19 lockdown and we’re delighted to be able to tell you that all our legal services and team of legal experts are actively engaged in providing you and our other

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