Dealing with Enforcement Officers – Keeping a Cool Head

We regularly advise businesses, individuals, directors, employees, professional advisors etc. from a broad spectrum of sectors on the essentials of dealing with investigations by enforcement agencies, whether they be brought by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), Health and Safety Executive (HSE) or even the Police. A central part of our advice usually focuses […]

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Changes to Module 4 Driver CPC

There have been changes made to the Module 4 Driver CPC that came into effect on 4th March 2019. Some of the new questions cover bridge strikes to remind drivers of their responsibility to know the height of their vehicle. Other topics include disability confidence to assist drivers to manage situations involving passengers with disabilities […]

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Kim Walsh talks to MKFM

Family Law Solicitor, Kim Walsh spoke to MKFM on 14th March about giving practical advice to those involved in contact disputes. If you missed it, you can listen again here.

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Is your home fit for human habitation? Woodfines Solicitors

Is your rental property fit for habitation?

Next week (Wednesday 20 March 2019), the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 comes into force. The new Act requires that any property let by a landlord (private or social) is fit for human habitation when a tenancy is granted and remains so for its duration. It covers all tenancies less than seven years […]

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Reverse mentoring | Keith Corkan

Thoughts on Reverse Mentoring

Keith Corkan from our Employment Law team has had a letter published in the Financial Times today (14th March 2019). Please click here to read his thoughts on reverse mentoring, and the potential it has for shaking up entrenched views. 

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Four tips for networking | Woodfines Solicitors

Four Tips to Make Networking a Less Frightening Experience

Networking is defined by the Collins English Dictionary as the process of “forming business connections and contacts through informal social meetings”. This concept often frightens young professionals and it is understandable if you are not familiar with the idea of entering a room full of individuals that you are not acquainted with. However, the skill […]

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