We’ve all read the story about how Bolton Wanderers have been teetering on the edge of liquidation, but recent news has revealed that the club managed to avoid an immediate winding up, giving them until 22nd February to curb some of the debt.
A ruling from the European Court of Human Rights against a Romanian engineer who claimed his employer’s reading of email messages exchanged with his fiancée was a violation of his privacy, has caused professional bodies and unions to send a stern warning to bosses who might think the decision gives them the right to monitor activities of employees.
Employees working on ‘zero hours’ contracts can now bring claims of detriment and unfair dismissal against employers who sack them over ‘exclusivity’.
Verisona Law is pleased to announce that, at the request of the embryonic Bolton Wanderers Supporters’ Trust we will be having a presence at the first meeting to discuss the formation of the Trust, which is due to take place on Wednesday 6th January. Mike Dyer, Director and Head of Commercial will be attending and speaking at the meeting to outline his experience on the ins-and-outs of supporters club ownership. We look forward to meeting the Supporters at the Macron Stadium this week.
Happy Divorce Day. Historically, the first back-to-work Monday after Christmas is the also the most popular time that us Brits call time on our marriages – so today, Monday 4th January, many divorce lawyers could expect to see an influx in enquiries.
Verisona Law is celebrating the success of one of its former trainees who is now officially a Solicitor of the Senior Courts and will be continuing with the firm in that capacity.
A new 60-strong law firm has been created by joining together Havant’s Dyer Burdett & Co Ltd and Waterlooville’s Gray Purdue Ltd, under the trading name of Verisona – Solicitors and Advocates.