Employment Law Update

15th February 2018

5 Key Dates and Changes in 2018 1. Gender Pay Gap Reporting To address the gender pay gap, the Government has introduced a new requirement for all large organisations (those with 250 or more employees) to publish statutory calculations each year including the difference in hourly earnings between male and female employees as well as the gap in bonus pay. Public sector employers must… Read More

Use a solicitor or an on-line DIY facility? You decide...

21st February 2017

Sue Brakell, our Private Client Solicitor with over 30 years’ experience flags up the dangers of DIY legal forms: Over the past few years there has been a rapidly growing market for DIY legal forms that allow people to create legally binding documents through online tools and shop-bought kits.  The latest documents to be marketed in this way are… Read More

Holiday from hell? Flight delayed? Claim compensation while you can!

15th September 2016

The holiday season is well underway and with the British weather as unpredictable as ever many of us are flocking overseas to seek out that all important summer sun. When things don’t go to plan, and our flight providers get it wrong resulting in delayed and cancelled flights, the EU provides that compensation should be made available to… Read More

Life as a Trainee Solicitor at Rohans...

12th September 2016

I joined Rohan Solicitors in October 2014 having worked in a Guildford based firm for 8 months following the completion of my Legal Practice Course. Initially I worked as a paralegal spending most of my time on commercial and residential property matters. I spent 20 months in total in this role during which time I was involved in a reasonable amount of… Read More