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New Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) rules for government tracing initiative

Katherine Maxwell


The government has launched its contact tracing service in England (similar initiatives available in the rest of the UK). The purpose of the initiative is to try and reduce the spread of Covid-19 by tracking down anyone that has been in contact with a person who tests positive for the virus and asking them to […]

Coronavirus | Employment


Getting ahead of the game – ensuring employment contracts are compliant

Stephanie Clark


The current lockdown is undoubtedly a strange time for us all. However, it does offer an opportunity to pick up tasks that may otherwise have been pushed to the bottom of our to-do list. For many businesses, now is the time for planning for the future and taking whatever measures they can to ensure their […]



What is Occupiers’ Liability and how can you protect yourself against it?

Trevor Sterling


If a visitor on your land or premises falls or injures themselves, what occupiers’ liability might you have? There are two acts you need to be aware of, Occupiers Liability Act 1957 and Occupiers Liability Act 1984 (“the Acts”). These Acts impose a duty of care on occupiers to both lawful visitors and trespassers respectively. […]

Major trauma | Rural


The Agriculture Bill

Anita Symington


At the time of writing this article (the end of February), the Agriculture Bill is wending its way through the Parliamentary process and is expected to receive Royal Assent in June or July 2020. There are few surprises in the Bill which constitutes enabling legislation and which will be followed, in due course, by the […]