Earlier this month, Ralli LLP Employment Law Solicitors Manchester reported the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) ruling that would see travel to and from work counted as working hours for employees. The controversial ruling for employers will have greater ramifications in sectors where travel is the primary way of meeting clients and appointments. For sectors…

In the early hours of Monday morning four people believed to be celebrating a 16th birthday party were killed when a sports car collided with their unlicensed quad bike. Two women, aged 16 and 18, and 20-year old male were pronounced dead at the scene, a man also 20, died later due to head injuries…

A mother who falsely accused a Primark security guard of assault pleads guilty, admitting intent to pervert the course of justice after wrongly stating that her daughter was snatched from her whilst breastfeeding. Caroline Starmer had posted a status to her Facebook that the security guard at the Primark store in Huberstone Gate, Leicester, had…

Visit our Absolute Business Care website by clicking on this button  What are you doing to protect your business? Operating a business can be costly and your assets require proper protection. From public liability insurance to building insurance, it is important to protect your business. There is often a budget and insurance policy to cover…

Missing trader fraud (also called missing trader intra-community, MTIC, or carousel fraud) is the theft of Value Added Tax (VAT) from a government by organised crime gangs who exploit the way VAT is treated within multi-jurisdictional trading where the movement of goods between jurisdictions is VAT-free. This allows the fraudster (person who commits fraud) to…

What is Legal Aid and how does it affect Criminal Law proceedings? Legal aid is designed by the government, to help those with limited means to pay for court proceedings. Although in recent years, there has been a sharp decline in the amount of legal aid distributed to those who need it, and charities like…

Organisers of the 2015 Rugby World Cup are warning that there has been a huge rise in the circulation of fake tickets for the upcoming games. Those wishing to attend the finals are to be reminded that on tickets bought from official sources will be valid. Tickets for the general public can only be obtained…

Under the terms of the new Trade Union Bill, employers could be given permission to break strikes by using agency workers. Current legislation, prevents employers from using agency staff as strikebreakers. Manchester employment law solicitors Ralli Solicitors LLP offer employment legal advice on this issue. The impact of such a change in the new Trade…

The on-going investigations by US prosecutors revolving around both “entities and individuals” have suggested that they will soon be making a fresh wave of arrests as more and more evidence of potential serious crime comes to light. Michael Luaber, the Swiss attorney general confirmed that a contract involving the sale of a lucrative TV rights…

The European Court of Justice has ruled that time spent travelling each day between their homes and premises of the first and last customers constitutes as working time if employees do not have a fixed office and are at the disposal of their employer. This means businesses employing workers who travel directly to customers/clients from…

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