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Happy house hunting in France

25th July 2019 by Sarah Bogard

Happy holidays, happy house hunting in France - Bonnes vacances, bon recherche de maison Rolling countryside, vineyards bursting with delicious ripe...

Maternity Leave, Paternity Leave and Shared Parental Leave

24th July 2019 by Tessa Robinson

Q. We are aware of all the discussion surrounding pay for men on paternity and shared parental leave. We want...

MEDWAY BUSINESS AWARDS – Don’t miss out!

24th July 2019 by Susan Jennings

For all those businesses in Medway- a call to action! It’s that time of year again when we are racing towards...

KEiBA 2019 – Worthy winner of Employer of the Year

26th June 2019 by Andrew Masters

KEiBA 2019 officially kicked off at the launch event at Allington Castle on a cold winter’s evening in January. From...

ITVs This Morning, Phillip and Holly, Talk Wills

17th June 2019 by Sarah Bogard

Last week (Tuesday 11 June), the This Morning team on ITV covered the important topic of Wills for their ‘phone...

CMA investigation into anti-competitive practices within construction industry

13th May 2019 by George Crofton-Martin

The Competition and Markets Authority launched an investigation into suspected anti-competitive practices within the construction industry On 19 March 2019 the...

Can we still include confidentiality clauses in settlement agreements?

8th May 2019 by Tessa Robinson

Q. We have read a lot of press commentary regarding non-disclosure agreements following workplace allegations against employers. We settle the...

Ellie Boreham, Trainee Solicitor, blogs about her second year of training with Furley Page

30th April 2019 by Ellie Boreham

What attracted you to the legal profession? I recognised that through interpreting law effectively and having a good understanding of legal...

Trainee Solicitor, Luke Page, blogs about his first year of training at Furley Page

29th April 2019 by Luke Page

What attracted you to the legal profession? I enjoy the opportunity to apply myself to challenging scenarios that appeal to my...

Heather Dunlop, Trainee Solicitor, blogs about her second year of training with Furley Page

29th April 2019 by Heather Dunlop

What attracted you to the legal profession? I was drawn to the combination of client contact and intellectual challenge.  I was...

Trainee Solicitor, Kirsty Morrison, blogs about her training programme at Furley Page

29th April 2019 by Kirsty Morrison

What attracted you to the legal profession? My aim for a career was to do something I really enjoyed so that...

Promoting positive mental health and resilience

18th April 2019 by Amanda Okill

Our firm’s decision to train two of its staff and a partner as mental health first aiders has come at...

Assisted Suicide and Inheritance

10th April 2019 by Melanie Christodoulou

“Prosecution” Ruled a Key Factor in Waiving the Forfeiture Rules The Forfeiture Rules are a set of rules laid down by...

Divorce Law Reforms Announced

9th April 2019 by Rayma Collins

As reported in the wider press, the MOJ has today announced ground-breaking changes to our current 50yr old divorce laws. Proposals...

What happens when an employee resigns after successfully appealing against their redundancy?

4th April 2019 by Tessa Robinson

One of our employees recently received confirmation that they were being made redundant and were issued with a notice of...

Fatal Accident Claims

25th February 2019 by Neille Ryan

Nothing can truly make up for the tragedy of losing a loved one to an accident or disease, but we...

Furley Page recognises contribution of long-serving staff with enhanced awards scheme

4th December 2018 by Karen Cook

Our staff are the backbone of the business and we appreciate their continual efforts to provide our clients with the...

New legislation to come into force allowing Opposite-Sex Couples to enter into Civil Partnerships

8th October 2018 by Rosie Eastwood

Following on from the Supreme Court’s decision in June 2018 that the law which prevents opposite-sex couples entering into civil...

Impact of Brexit on immigration and the right to work

11th September 2018 by Tessa Robinson

As Brexit looms ever closer with the UK’s exit date from the European Union set for 29 March 2019 both...

The campaign for Divorce Reform: An end to the blame game

10th September 2018 by Laura Sinclair

It has now been over a month since the Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated judgement in Owens v...