Thousands of businesses could be at risk of prosecution for furlough fraud as staff admit contacting colleagues and completing work during leave.
In this most strange of years, the problems with A-Level and GCSE results may seem like just another short-term political crisis.
Earlier this month, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued a judgment that will have major implications for all businesses which transfer personal data internationally.
Furlough has undoubtedly been a huge success. According to the British Chamber of Commerce, since March the scheme has been used by two thirds of British businesses supporting approximately 9.4 million jobs.
COVID-19 has affected the business world in a variety of ways, but not all of them have been negative.
21st century entrepreneurs truly live in a world without borders, marshaling economic opportunities that transcend country lines to produce and extract wealth from all available marketplaces at any given time.
Brighton & Hove Albion FC has applied to the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) to trade mark the terms ‘Albion’ and ‘The Albion’, but what for and is the application likely to succeed?
Ailsa Anderson, an associate solicitor at law firm Irwin Mitchell, looks at the new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill and highlights how the legal duties of directors have changed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Managing a business during the COVID pandemic is stressful enough, but imagine the extra complexity it adds for business owners who are in the process of divorcing.
As it is anticipated that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will come to an end, following a winding down period, employers are having to consider now how they are likely to have to manage their businesses going forward