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Contacting a dental negligence solicitor

18th January 2019

The average person will visit the dentist for their regular check-up every 6 months but imagine having to visit the dentist 10 times a year on average for over 30 years.

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The dangers of cosmetic surgery

18th January 2019

The dangers of cosmetic surgery are not always considered before a treatment is undertaken.

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A guide to selling your property

18th January 2019

Selling your property is a big decision to make and here at Thorneycroft Solicitors, our team of conveyancing experts will do all they can to ensure the process of selling your property runs as smooth as possible.

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Inheritance tax: What you need to know

18th January 2019

Britain’s top 10 inheritance tax hotspots have recently been revealed, with Guildford topping the list.

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Can an employer dismiss an employee for capability reasons?

11th January 2019

In this blog post, we explore whether an employer can dismiss an employee for capability reasons when they are contractually entitled to long term disability benefits.

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What you need to know about non-disclosure agreements or NDAs

11th January 2019

In the year of the #metoo campaign, there have been numerous headlines about the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), often involving high profile people.

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ACAS advice on performance management systems

11th January 2019

ACAS advice has been published amid new guidance on performance management.

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Is ethical veganism protected by the Equality Act 2010?

11th January 2019

It looks like it might be a happy new year for vegans as an employment tribunal will decide in March 2019 whether ethical veganism is protected by the Equality Act 2010 as a ‘philosophical belief’, akin to a religion.

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Can co-workers be liable for whistleblowing dismissals along with the employer?

11th January 2019

Is it possible for co-workers to be liable for dismissals that come as a result of a whistleblower?

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Tribunal fees

8th January 2019

The Ministry of Justice has suggested that employment tribunal fees may be reintroduced.

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