Jacksons takes on mums on flexible working arrangements, preventing them putting careers on hold.
In the legal world, flexible working arrangements represent a very rare opportunity, as mums Emily O’Neill and Philippa Walker know only too well.
Employment law is challenging with a very real human interface and one of those areas of law where a good solicitor can make a real difference regardless of whether representing for the employer or employee.
“Energy and entrepreneurship” reflected in city lawyer’s commercial property caseload at new firm.
Leslie Gumas says demand for commercial property is high after hitting the ground running at Jacksons.
We’re proud to announce a hat-trick of new recruits and a raft of promotions.
Having built up a stellar reputation for legal excellence over our 147-year history, a new chapter is being written with the arrival of three new team members and several internal promotions.
A landowner has been fined after public were attacked by cows which resulted in serious injuries. A fine of £15,000 was imposed after members of the public were seriously injured by cattle while walking along footpaths on the landowner’s estate.
Waste exemptions are changing following a review by the Environment Agency. Whilst the regulator is still to publish details of its proposed changes the previous consultation has provided an insight into what the new exemptions regime may bring.
Two company directors jailed after five men died after a wall collapsed.
Wayne Anthony Hawkeswood and Graham John Woodhouse ran a Birmingham metal recycling business where a wall toppled over and killed five workers.
An employee died while loading a lorry at a landscaping company which resulted in the company being fined following a prosecution brought by the Health and Safety Executive.
An East Yorkshire garden landscaping supply company has been fined £600,000 after an employee died while loading a lorry.
A corporate manslaughter prosecution by Dorset Police has resulted in convictions for a waste management company and its director.
A waste and recycling company has been sentenced for corporate manslaughter and other health and safety offences following the death of a man at a site in Poole.
A North East waste operator was sentenced to 30 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 18 months following a successful prosecution by the Environment Agency.
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