The office Christmas party is a chance for everyone to let their hair down and have fun, but with alcohol often flowing freely and people’s judgement impaired as a result the potential for employees to get carried away is clear.
With less than 3% of people aged 17-70 giving blood in the last year, NHS Blood and Transplant is asking people in Worksop to make a New Year’s resolution that saves lives.
Times of economic uncertainty can leave commercial landlords vulnerable, especially where a struggling tenant wants to escape lease obligations.
As an employer, keeping an eye on your staff is vital but you must also stay on the right side of the law. Taz Singh, Solicitor and Employment Law specialist at Malcolm C Foy & Co Solicitors in Doncaster and Rotherham, advises ho
As a landlord you may want to recover the costs of maintaining your investment properties from tenants via a service charge. Tenants are usually happy to pay for this, unless they think the landlord is trying to improve the prope
The historic outcome of the Brexit referendum, where the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, has left many questions on the implications of this decision for workers and employers within the EU.
Making decisions on care for elderly relatives is rarely straightforward, as there are a minefield of different options and funding considerations.
Here Sarah Hartley, Solicitor & Director at Malcolm C Foy & Co, talks about the common misconceptions in relation to Wills, and reflects on how the rationale behind peoples thinking often doesn’t follow through.
Before meeting your divorce lawyer for the first time, you may be anxious about what to expect.
The changes to the stamp duty rules for additional properties have finally been confirmed by the government with some modifications in response to previous criticisms. Although the intention of the policy is to reduce distortion
Getting the best out of employees is one of the biggest challenges faced by managers.
A combination of rising house prices and a freeze on the threshold at which estates pay inheritance tax means that many more households fall into the tax net than was once the case.
One in four people will experience symptoms of mental ill health during their lives. According to the Chief Medical Officer for England, 70 million working days are lost in the UK every year due to stress, depression and other me
If you are thinking of buying a flat, one of your first questions should be ‘is it leasehold or freehold?’
If you need to part company with a director, for the good of the business, it may not be appropriate to follow your disciplinary procedure. Taz Singh, Dispute Resolution Solicitor at Malcolm C Foy & Co Solicitors in Doncaster and
Members of staff announcing that they are soon to be parents will be entitled to take shared parental leave. This applies to pregnancies with a due date on or after 5 April 2015.
Taz Singh, Dispute Resolution Solicitor at Malcolm C Foy & Co Solicitors in Doncaster and Rotherham looks at the ten most common mistakes business owners make when it comes to tackling debtors, and advises on the best course of ac
With religious festivals of all faiths spread throughout the year, employers need to be aware of workers’ rights and some of the issues that can arise. Taz Singh, Solicitor and Employment Law specialist at Malcolm C Foy & Co Soli
A head injury can happen anywhere at any time; at work or in the home, when playing sport or when out and about, but most commonly they occur as a result of a road traffic accident. Any injury to the head, whether it is a minor k
If you are getting divorced, settling how your finances and assets are divided is often one of the most complex parts of the process. Whether you reach your financial settlement by agreement or you ask the court to make an order
As a landlord of commercial premises there are many reasons why you may want to take back possession of your premises, the most common being where your tenant is in breach of their lease terms; such as, not paying rent, not keepin
As we live longer, more adults are marrying a second or third time. Divorce among the over-60s, otherwise known as silver splitters, has risen by a third in the past decade. While most adult children are happy that their parents
We all look forward to our holidays, whether it is for travel or to spend time with friends and family. But the subject of holiday pay has been causing concern recently since a number of cases in relation to the calculation of ho
House buyers tempted to skimp on a survey should think again. One in five buyers who did not bother with a survey later uncovered serious faults in their property, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
We all deserve a well-earned break. What can you do when it all goes wrong !!!!!
Please give blood in Worksop this December • Around a third of donation appointments remain unbooked in December • Over the festive season around 24,000 appointments to give blood are missed • In December the number of appoi