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Oscar Wilde said “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness”. True words indeed, but it is a fine line between using someone or something...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/have-the-copycats-gone-too-far/
In the autumn statement on 17 November 2022, the Government announced an increase to the National Living Wage (NLW) and National Minimum Wage (NMW), from 1 April 2023. The rates...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/national-minimum-wage-increases-announced-for-april-2023/
In the recent case of Ian Paul McLean and Ors v Brett McLean H10CL283 (unreported) (“McLean”), the Court has shed light on the binding nature of mutual wills, and, the...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/enforceability-of-mutual-wills-and-necessity-of-a-contractual-agreement/
With the festive season fast approaching your Christmas shopping is likely well underway, but what happens if a gift you have purchased is broken or faulty? Whether you purchased the...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/tis-the-season-to-know-your-consumer-rights/
We often find it hard to discuss what might happen if a marriage does not work out and therefore don’t consider the plans we can put in place at the...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/pre-nuptial-agreements-and-how-they-can-help-you/
Half a dozen eggs are a bit like a pint (or now a litre) of milk. Not many people up to now have known precisely what they cost. They are...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/time-for-another-buy-british-campaign/
Recently Rollits invited a Menopause Specialist to speak to employees about the effects of menopause both in a personal and work context. This was a well-attended event by both male...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/menopause-in-the-workplace/
A team of local business professionals are pressing on with their part in a million pound plus nationwide charity push-ups campaign after each hitting their target by the deadline of...
https://www.rollits.com/news/press-releases/professionals-press-on-with-charity-push-ups-challenge/
Fraudulent Calumny in the limelight – Sharpe v Dyson and Anor [2022] EWHC 2462 (Ch) As our loved ones approach old age, most people seek to spend more time with...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/wills-for-blended-families/
On 5 December 2022 the government published its response to last year’s “Consultation on Making Flexible Working the Default”. The document is lengthy but set out below are the key...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/changes-to-right-to-request-flexible-working/
It is quite hard to believe that the vote on the UK’s continued membership of the European Union took place on 23 June 2016, six and a half years ago....
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/how-long-can-brexit-remain-a-taboo-subject/
A young lawyer’s cupboard clear-out has kickstarted a campaign to encourage colleagues and clients to support food banks in the run-up to the festive season. Emma Horscraft, a trainee solicitor...
https://www.rollits.com/news/press-releases/cupboard-clear-out-inspires-young-lawyers-to-launch-food-drive/
A planning application for development must include a red-line plan identifying all land to which the application relates and this should encompass direct access to a public road. When a...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/highways-issues-in-respect-of-development/
With great power comes great responsibility. For company directors, these responsibilities can present serious personal liabilities when things go wrong. Section 37 of the Health and Safety at Work Act...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/health-and-safety-what-directors-need-to-know/
On 5 October 2022 the Supreme Court handed down a ‘momentous decision for company law’ (in the words of Lady Arden) in the landmark case of BTI 2014 LLC v...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/directors-duties-creditor-duty-does-exist/
It is quite hard to know where to start when considering the UK government’s response, or lack of it, to the current crisis in the National Health Service; not that...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/good-healthcare-requires-good-care-of-our-health/
A lunchtime presentation from Alex Codd, Assistant Director Economic Development & Regeneration at Hull City Council Please join our Planning and Development Team at lunchtime on Thursday 26th January when...
https://www.rollits.com/events/an-audience-with-alex-codd/
An Employment Tribunal recently considered this query and determined that yes, settlement agreements could waive unknown future claims. However this decision was later overturned by the Employment Appeals Tribunal. The...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/can-a-settlement-agreement-waive-unknown-future-claims/
Exclusivity terms that seek to prevent individuals from doing work for other people (or doing so without their employer’s consent) have been unenforceable when included in zero-hours contracts since 2015....
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/extension-of-ban-on-exclusivity-clauses/
We seem to live in a world where things are allowed to go from bad to worse, and then even worse, until we get to the point of near total...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/cry-over-spilt-milk-before-its-too-late/
I am generally of the view that human beings are somewhat self-centred and perhaps more so in today’s society of immediate gratification. This being the case, the prospect of giving...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/education-governance-whats-in-it-for-me/
Earlier this month BBC Radio 4’s excellent ‘The Life Scientific’ featured Professor Chris Elliott. He is Professor of Food Safety and Microbiology at Queen’s University Belfast and is a founding...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/how-long-before-the-next-big-food-scare/
Over the next few months we will be producing a series of 16 articles as a step by step guide through the claims process, providing insight into each stage of...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/the-claims-process-an-overview/
Before Christmas we published an article regarding a recent menopause event hosted by Rollits and the guidance published by the NHS regarding menopause in the workplace. Today the Government has...
https://www.rollits.com/news/articles/menopause-in-the-workplace-an-update/
I have previously avoided producing an article on food price inflation for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is quite depressing as the country battles through a cold winter amidst...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/are-the-big-food-brands-in-danger-of-killing-the-goose-that-lays-the-golden-egg/
With digital security being more important than ever, Hull Is This had a chat with James Peel about all things data protection. James Peel is a Partner at Rollits in...
https://www.rollits.com/news/press-releases/is-your-company-data-protected-against-online-threats/
Emma has over 20 years’ experience of dispute resolution work, offering advice on a variety of risks in areas such as commercial contracts, insurance, professional indemnity (in particular construction and...
https://www.rollits.com/people/emma-farrell/
David is member of the firm’s Operations Team  which focuses on all operational matters including risk management, and he handles compliance within this team. This includes the coordination of the...
https://www.rollits.com/people/david-richardson/
Charities are operating in an increasingly challenging environment and face many external commercial and regulatory pressures. This seminar will highlight the issues faced by charities in the current economic environment...
https://www.rollits.com/events/charities-legal-update-2023/
BBC Radio 4’s excellent fact-checking programme ‘More or Less’ this week answered a listener’s question about pensioners’ wealth. On ‘Politics Live’ on BBC2 last year, in a debate on the...
https://www.rollits.com/news/blog/have-senior-citizens-never-had-it-so-good/
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