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Employers should protect against Brexit abuses in the workplace

Employers may wish to reconsider their strategies for avoiding workplace bullying and abuse following the referendum vote to leave the EU.

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Landlords getting tougher over commercial break clauses

The standard break clauses to be found in most commercial tenancy agreements often lead to disputes, but it’s thought the numbers are likely to rise dramatically over the coming few years as the country adjusts to the Brexit decision to leave the EU.

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Four directors disqualified for failing in their legal duties

Four directors have been disqualified from running a company for up to 11 years after failing to carry out their legal duties.

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Debt judgments against businesses falls to 7-year low

The number of county court debt judgments against businesses in England and Wales has fallen to its lowest level for seven years.

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Arcade wins compensation from council over pier closure

An amusement arcade has won the right to compensation after a local authority closed a seaside pier because of safety concerns.

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