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In the recent case of Activa DPS Europe v. Pressure Seal Solutions Limited t/a Welltec Systems (UK), the Court of Appeal considered the issue of whether a buyer of goods...
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The Government has announced that £17.5 million of funding is to be made available over the next three years (up until March 2015) for local communities to finance a Community...
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Rollits has promoted three members of staff – includingtwo to partner – as it continues to invest in talent. Chris Crystal (property) and Andrew Digwood (disputeresolution) have been promoted to...
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We are pleased to announce that Phil Entwistle has beenawarded the inaugural “Rollits Art Award 2012” at the School of Artand Design, Hull College, for his painting `DeltaicSandstone`. Phil is...
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Following recent consultations the Government hasannounced that a fee structure for Employment Tribunals will beimplemented in the summer of 2013. There will be two levels under the feestructure: Level 1...
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Rollits LLP has advised Ian McIntosh on his MBI of DrivingResults Limited. Driving Results, which trades as RED Driving School, is thesecond largest driving school in the UK with over...
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Details of a new proposed local government pension scheme (LGPS) have recently been announced, following negotiation between the Local Government Association and trade unions. Briefly, this new scheme would be...
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The national minimum wage rates that will take place from1 October 2012 have just been announced. 1. The standard adult rate (workers aged 21 and over) willrise to £6.19 per...
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The annual employment tribunal statistics have beenpublished. The statistics show that the total number of claimscontinues to decrease (from 236,000 in 2009/10, to 218,000 in2010/11 and decreasing again to 186,000...
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On the 6 April 2011, in family cases, a new procedure was instigated requiring all potential applicants to consider the possibility of mediation to resolve disputes in connection with the...
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Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust hasbeen handed the largest fine so far under the Data Protection Act1998. The £325,000 fine was issued following the theft of computerhard drives...
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The Protection from Eviction Act 1977 (“PEA 1977”) was introduced to stop unscrupulous Landlords using heavy handed tactics to remove tenants. Under PEA 1977, it is illegal to threaten or...
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Many businesses and organisations want to join withsimilar businesses and organisations to share costs and resources.These arrangements usually allow the companies in question to claimback their VAT. Unfortunately for some...
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Congratulations to John Flanagan of Rollits who completedyesterday`s London Marathon in a time of 3:33:21, and raised over£600 for Macmillan Cancer Care and Heartlink. This article is for general guidance...
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