: ' Grindeys Solicitors'

Complex challenges for employers in the year ahead

Constant changes and increasing complexity have helped make employment law a frontline challenge for business and this year looks set to continue the trend. The first weeks of January saw Maggie Dewhurst, a bike courier with [...]

Beyond Pokémon: property test posed by virtual reality games

Experts across the world are focusing on property laws and how they will stand up to the shift to augmented reality gaming, following on from the global success of Pokémon Go. Businesses who found themselves inadvertently [...]

Local Lawyer the Face of a National Law Society Campaign

Wills and Probate Solicitor Fred Parkinson, Head of Department at Grindeys Solicitors, is to be the face for the latest campaign from the Law Society. The aim of the Law Societies Hearts and Minds campaign is [...]

Keeping the Golden Goose Alive

      Daniel Rushton explores the implications of divorce on an owned business. One fear for many business people is how their business will fair when they face divorce proceedings. Are those fears justified? It [...]

Keeping hold of the real power in the name game

Author:  Ayesha Jetley, Corporate and Commercial Solicitor at Grindeys Solicitors In the same week that fashion entrepreneur Karen Millen was told she could not use her own name in business, Specsavers were given the green light [...]

Research shows why pay rates for mothers are less than for men

Women dent their promotion chances when they become mothers and that affects their future earning power, according to new research. Time spent on maternity leave and reducing hours once they return to work means they gain [...]