In recent months a number of changes in dispute resolution have come into force (by both legislative updates and case decisions). Genus Law discusses the recent changes and what steps your business should be taking to ensure it is compliant.
Following on from our recent updates on the forthcoming Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, David Le, Corporate and Commercial Solicitor at Genus Law, outlines the updated timetable for implementation of some of its provisions.
Colin Dixon, Head of Property at Genus Law gives a brief snapshot of the recent changes the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 bring and how they impact on the different parties to a typical transaction.
The Minister of Intellectual Property, Baroness Neville-Rolfe, DBE, CMG recently confirmed the government’s intention to amend UK designs legislation. The proposal would provide design owners with the option to mark their products with a relevant website address as a way of providing “constructive notice” to the public of their intellectual property rights.
Is flexible or home working always right for a business? Sally Gwilliam, Senior Employment Solicitor at Genus Law, looks at homeworking and gives some top tips for employers to consider.
The European Court of Justice has given a significant ruling that for mobile workers with no fixed place of work, travel time to and from their first and last appointments from home will count as a worker’s working hours. Here, Genus Law summarises the recent ruling and sets out the key points to be aware of.