Striking the wrong note: how legal disharmony has broken out over the Queen of Soul’s dying wishes  

SHE was one of the world’s legendary music stars, dubbed the Queen of Soul. But a right Royal row

Falling foul of new staff pay law could leave employers facing the music

The unveiling of Zoe Ball as the new host of BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show has turned up the

Hug-gate! Ted Baker allegations put the squeeze on sexual harassment in the workplace

A WARM greeting – or inappropriate behaviour? It’s a question that has been thrust into the employment law spotlight

Skype today, gone tomorrow

Whether you think the actions of Amir Khan and a certain young lady over in America, (allegedly weeks after

Businesses warned over far-reaching impact of new mobile phone driving laws

TOUGHER penalties for holding and using a phone while driving have put extra pressures on fleet managers. Here, Senior

Corporate Manslaughter – what is your corporate responsibility?

When dealing with the criminal offence of corporate manslaughter, one thing is for sure, the offence has resulted in

Harnessing motoring technology in the workplace: how it can stop the threat of corporate manslaughter in its tracks

IN this modern age, where our technology is the most advanced it has ever been, directors risk corporate manslaughter charges