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Collective Redundancies

Posted on 7th January 2015 by Caroline Batko

If an EMPLOYER proposes to MAKE 20 OR MORE EMPLOYEES REDUNDANT at ‘ONE ESTABLISHMENT’, WITHIN 90 DAYS, then legal requirements on COLLECTIVE CONSULTATION will apply.

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Court Action – Getting Paid What You Are Owed

Posted on 5th February 2015 by Andrew Cohen

1. Credit Control

The very best method of making sure that you get paid is good credit control.

For businesses: having a strong set of terms and conditions, and taking time and trouble to incorporate these into contracts with customers, can be an absolutely vital in getting money back.

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Enforcement – Getting Paid What You Are Owed

Posted on 4th February 2015 by Andrew Cohen

Congratulations on getting your judgment from the Court. You now have to enforce that judgment. There are several paths you can take.

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How to Contest a Will

Posted on 4th June 2015 by Lisa Fay

“The Will is unfair and I want to challenge it”

“My mother would never have signed that Will”

“I didn’t expect to be cut out of my father’s Will”

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