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In this News section you will find our press releases giving the latest legal developments and Langleys news. In addition, we produce regular newsletters and legal updates which we will send you by email. To subscribe go to 'Media Contacts' via the links on the left.

 

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Conflict in the Countryside

15 February 2017

As you might expect, there is much that can and does go wrong in this rural idyll of ours. But how do these difficult disputes arise? This article explores why this is the case and how problems can be fixed.

Employment Law Newsletter

15 February 2017

Welcome to our first Newsletter of 2017

The Housing White Paper

14 February 2017

The Government has introduced the Housing White Paper, their new approach to help fix the housing market and provide more affordable housing for households in Britain.

New Employment Rules Under the Spotlight

13 February 2017

The new apprenticeship levy and gender pay gap reporting will come under the spotlight at a seminar and workshop hosted by Langleys Solicitors.

The importance of financial orders

8 February 2017

When married couples separate it is often the case that the financial aspects of the separation are dealt with at the same time. This is under a separate process and the divorce and financial matters are not strictly linked.

Waste Consultancy Expands to New Location

6 February 2017

A national waste management company is expanding and has taken a five-year lease on premises in York.

Langleys Public Sector Unit presenting at 2017 Alarm Seminar

2 February 2017

Sarah Dalton and Caroline Elson of the public sector unit are speaking at the next Alarm North East and Yorkshire Event taking place at the Hilton Hotel, York on 24 March 2017. The topic is lone workers and this will look at the duties and responsibilities that arise in the situation of employees working in the community and also remotely.

Gross negligence - when will a failure to act constitute gross misconduct?

31 January 2017

In the recent case, Adesokan v Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd, the Court of Appeal has considered the question of whether gross negligence can amount to gross misconduct, and if so, whether in this case it justified summary dismissal.

Burton Constable to Host BBC Radio 1’s Big Weeknd

25 January 2017

One of Yorkshire’s leading tourist attractions is to host this year’s BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in May, was announced on Monday 23 January.

Langleys Boosts Medical Law Team

24 January 2017

Langleys Solicitors has strengthened its medical law team with two new appointments.