You may disagree with the other parent when deciding on vaccinating your child against coronavirus (COVID-19), which can create stress and tension. We explore the options available to help you resolve the situation without going to court.
The Government has announced that it will be mandatory for anyone working in a Care Quality Commission registered care home, and for residents requiring nursing or personal care in England to have two COVID-19 vaccine doses, unless medically exempt.
When parties enter into commercial agreements, there are sometimes restrictions that may be considered anti-competitive - anything from exclusive supplies or purchases, to territorial or customer restrictions, information sharing or price discussions.
Parties to commercial contracts often look to exclude liability or responsibility. Those clauses can take many forms. The Unfair Contract Terms Act requires exclusion clauses to be reasonable in order to be enforceable.
A woman whose husband divorced her in China in December 2020 lost her application in the High Court of England and Wales for non-recognition of the overseas divorce, despite having already filed for divorce in England.
In the widely reported case of Forstater v CGD Europe, it was held that an individual's belief that sex is immutable and should not be conflated with gender identity was protected under the Equality Act 2010.
In a recent widely reported case, an employment tribunal found that an employee, who admitted to being at a social club on two different occasions whilst signed off due to ill-health, was unfairly dismissed.
The National Procurement Policy Statement this month applies to all contracting authorities who are subject to the procurement rules. Whilst broadly welcomed it raises a number of practical challenges for local authorities and the wider public sector.