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Daring challenge for ‘Fab-seiling Four who care’

Daring challenge for ‘Fab-seiling Four who care’

Two of them struggle with the height of a stepladder, while the remaining members of the team are in no way relishing the prospect of taking the plunge. But fear and trepidation will not stop this band of brave women from raising funds for a clutch of good causes. The collective group who are ‘Fab-seiling […]

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Manager unfairly dismissed after locking customer in bank

Manager unfairly dismissed after locking customer in bank

by Claire Davies Director A diabetic bank manager was discriminated against after being dismissed following an incident that saw him lock a customer in the branch. Mr B Kuppala was employed by HBOS for 14 years and worked his way up to manager of its Oxford Street Halifax branch. However, due to his diabetes, he […]

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Warning to employers as number of disabled people in work rises

Warning to employers as number of disabled people in work rises

By Carol Fish Director and Head of Serious & Catastrophic Injury Department The government has warned employers that disabled people should not be considered a burden or prevented from enjoying fulfilling careers. The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions show that a record number of people have been supported by the Access […]

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Ambitious solicitor delighted to join dynamic Cumbrian firm

Ambitious solicitor delighted to join dynamic Cumbrian firm

LEADING legal firm Cartmell Shepherd has recruited an ambitious solicitor to further strengthen its team. Natalie Tatton joins the UK200 Group business as a solicitor in its dispute resolution department. Natalie, a former law graduate of the University of Cumbria, had previously trained with Brockbanks in West Cumbria at the same time as completing her […]

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Landlord wins dispute with tenant over service charge for insurance

Landlord wins dispute with tenant over service charge for insurance

By Natalie Tatton Solicitor A landlord has won a dispute with a tenant over service charges for insurance dating back nearly 15 years. The case involved a tenant who held the lease of a flat in a building comprising of three flats and a commercial unit. Under the lease, the tenant covenanted to contribute one-sixth […]

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