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30 May 2024

We are so proud of Sarah Filsell from our employment team, who took on the remarkable challenge of walking a continuous 100km from London to Brighton over the weekend. In doing so, she ...

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Use it or lose it – making use of your annual allowance
27 March 2024
Use it or lose it – making use of your annual allowance

The Annual Allowance With the end of the current tax year fast approaching, anyone wishing to use their 2023/24 (and potentially their 2022/2023) annual allowance in relation to gifts o ...

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Phillips Law urges people to get writing a Will off their to-do list.
4 March 2024
Phillips Law urges people to get writing a Will off their to-do list.

This week (4 – 8 March) is Update your Will Week Phillips Law is encouraging people to consider the risks of not having a Will following new research revealing nearly half of UK adults ...

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Case Study: Savona Foodservice’s partnership with Phillips Law is a recipe for success
26 February 2024
Case Study: Savona Foodservice’s partnership with Phillips Law is a recipe for success

In today’s business landscape, companies often require multifaceted legal support to cope with challenges ranging from commercial contracts to employment disputes. This case study ...

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Case Study: How Boundless went from a Start Up to an SME with support from Phillips Law
21 February 2024
Case Study: How Boundless went from a Start Up to an SME with support from Phillips Law

Profile Phillips Law caught up with Cathy Moseley who runs Boundless Activated Snacking. As the ‘Kernel’ she has taken the business from a start up which she set up in 2017, to an SME w ...

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PHILLIPS LAW ACTS ON THE GRANT OF THE NEW AA HEADQUARTERS AT PLANT, BASINGSTOKE
5 February 2024
PHILLIPS LAW ACTS ON THE GRANT OF THE NEW AA HEADQUARTERS AT PLANT, BASINGSTOKE

Phillips Law is delighted to have advised Mactaggart Family & Partners and Longstock Capital Limited on a multi-million-pound agreement for lease with The AA to move their headquart ...

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Deliveroo worker status judgment: implications for employers
31 January 2024
Deliveroo worker status judgment: implications for employers

In our January update we reported on the Supreme Court decision in the long running dispute between Deliveroo and the unions representing many of its riders. You can read the full Judgm ...

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New right to unpaid leave for carers
17 January 2024
New right to unpaid leave for carers

From 6 April 2024 carers will have a day one right to request one week’s unpaid carer’s leave per year. Draft regulations for the Carer’s Leave Act 2023 provide the detail on this new r ...

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What is a Non-Traditional Construction?
8 January 2024
What is a Non-Traditional Construction?

You may have heard the term “non-traditional construction” but what does that actually mean?  This article will help you understand the definition of a non-traditional const ...

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Employment Update – January 2024
4 January 2024
Employment Update – January 2024

Welcome to the new year! As we embark on 2024, it’s crucial to stay informed about the latest developments in employment law. Here’s a snapshot of key updates and changes th ...

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