30 November 2018

Registered European Lawyer. Gianluigi Cassandra, is pleased to announce the launch of Italian legal services within the Liverpool and Merseyside area. Gianluigi will be delighted to meet with clients on Tuesdays at Three Graces Legal in The Cotton Exchange, 411-412 Old Hall Street, Liverpool. See you in the city of the Beatles…

06 November 2018

According to the Irish Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau, there has been a recent increase of cyber crime involving criminals utilising social media to hack user data. They are doing so by checking when a customer contacts their banks and then posing as the bank in order to obtain their…

05 November 2018

Following the closure of the Gender Recognition Act consultation, many people have voiced their opinions regarding the need to reform the act, due to a variety of problematic issues. The Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) have discussed the negative implications of the Gender Recognition 2004 act and have called for a…

31 October 2018

Lloyds Banking Group is set to face up to £150 million after the high court rule for equality on pension schemes for both female and male employees. The ruling comes after three of Lloyds’ female employees filed a claim against the banking group, in regard to their pension rates and…

29 October 2018

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) have insisted that small business owners step up and lead the discussion on mental health, in order to destigmatise it in the workplace.  Current statistics show that one in four people within the UK have experienced mental health problems, and according to the Government’s 2017…

24 October 2018

The UK government have recently discussed plans addressing workplace discrimination by requiring employers to report their organisations ethnicity pay gap. On the 11th of October, Theresa May launched a consultation in order to determine the need for organisations to report ethnic imbalances in the workplace, as the prime minister relayed…

18 October 2018

  The UK newspaper industry’s trade body has urged for new ruling to be implemented regarding social media sites, regulation, and their funding contribution to journalism. This could mean sites such as Google and Facebook would take on both financial and legal responsibility in relation to content published on their…

16 October 2018

Restaurant owners are stepping up the competition, through the powerful tool of consumer data, which allows them to improve their services by understanding customer preferences and even dietary requirements via mobile apps and online reservation systems. Starbucks, one of the biggest chains in the world utilises the mobile apps to…

15 October 2018

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) released statistics regarding the UK housing marketing, which has shown a 173% increase in housing prices in over twenty years. This combined with only a 19% increase in average pay for those aged 24-34, as well as significant increases to renting prices, have entirely…

12 October 2018

Industry group, UK Finance have discovered that customers of UK banks have had more than £500m stolen from their accounts at the start of this year. This consisted of £358m being lost to unauthorised fraud and £145m being obtained through authorised push payment (APP) scams. The difference being banks usually…

11 October 2018

Following Google’s announcement this week (8 October 2018) regarding a data breach in 2015, they have temporarily shut down their social network Google+, where a security bug enabled third party developers to gain access to user data, potentially affecting around 496, 951 Google+ users. The announcement on Monday was the…

10 October 2018

Business Secretary, Greg Clark has announced the implementation of new measures to support organisations, entrepreneurs, and workers, in accordance with the Government’s Modern Industrial Strategy. One of the more prolific changes is the Government’s plan to ensure that all tips left for employees are given in full, rather than employers…


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