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Over 80% of Employers Use Settlement Agreements

Settlement agreements have been around for a couple of years now, since the compromise agreement was renamed and a new legal structure was introduced in 2013, to allow employers and employees to have "protected conversations" about an employee's possible departure from the business.

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"Paris attacks could affect asylum claims of region's legitimate refugee families" fears local lawyer

A Midlands-based lawyer who represents dozens of refugees is calling for the Home Office to issue an assurance that legitimate asylum claims by the region’s refugee families will still be scrutinised on a fair basis, following the news that one of the Paris attackers posed as a refugee to gain entry to Europe. 

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Norwich pub landlord sues Government's Ministry of Justice for causing loss of business due to numbers error

The landlord of a popular Norwich city centre pub is suing the Government’s Ministry of Justice for loss of income and damage to his reputation for mistakenly reporting he owed a £1/4 million in debt following a County Court judgment, which saw people take their business away from the venue as they thought it would soon close. Instead, landlord Simon Carpenter says the Pig and Whistle on All Saints Green continues to thrive and that the actual sum should have been reported as just over £2,300, which he owed to a property consultancy.

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