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The COVID-19 vaccine: What does it mean for employers?

As the COVID-19 vaccine is rolled out, we consider the various opportunities and challenges it presents for employers
02 June 2021

Paying for Grenfell: Consultation on proposed residential property developer tax

In this article we consider the proposed new tax on property developers to contribute towards the cost of replacing unsafe cladding on high-rise residential buildings
19 May 2021

The Test and Trace Scheme: what does it mean for employers?

Read the latest about the scheme, which asks those who have had close contact with someone who has COVID-19 to self-isolate, and has implications for employers
12 January 2021

The ICO publishes updated guidance on COVID-19 testing in the work place

As the retail sector gradually reopens, the ICO has updated its advice on how to perform COVID-19 testing and screening in compliance with GDPR
23 June 2020

Construction sector focuses on a safe return to work

We consider the UK government’s guidance to the construction industry on how to safely reopen sites following the COVID-19 lockdown
19 June 2020

Preparing for a return to office working

Planning a safe and lawful return to the office working environment presents many challenges for landlords and occupiers. Here we explore employment law issues

15 June 2020

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Burges Salmon appoints six new partners

Burges Salmon has appointed six new partners in key teams across the firm including Private Client, Healthcare, Real Estate, Dispute Resolution and Employment
27 March 2020

COVID-19: How will further business closures affect the food, retail and leisure sectors?

Following the government’s announcement on 23 March of new measures to close more businesses, we look at the key changes and practical issues to be aware of
25 March 2020

COVID-19: Relaxed drivers' hours rules don’t replace fatigue risk assessments

Relaxed drivers' hours rules will help provide essential food, medicine, and other supplies, but adequate driver fatigue risk assessments remain essential
23 March 2020

A to Z of construction disputes: Avoidance and resolution – Part 2: N to Z

This two-part article explains some of the key concepts that anyone involved in the construction industry needs to know in order to avoid or resolve construction disputes
28 May 2019

A to Z of construction disputes: Avoidance and resolution – Part 1: A to M

This two-part article explains some of the key concepts that anyone involved in the construction industry needs to know in order to avoid or resolve construction disputes
14 May 2019

Acoustic Shock: Royal Opera House loses appeal against landmark decision

The Royal Opera House has lost its appeal against an unprecedented High Court decision in which a violist won compensation for irreversible acoustic shock suffered during rehearsals
03 May 2019
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