Monthly Archives: February 2016

New A to Z Guide for Employment Law

                rhw’s own employment law specialist, Will De Fazio-Saunders has compiled an A to Z of employment law terms and definitions which we hope will be of use to our clients and those who may be requiring legal support. Follow the link to access the A to Z Guide. […]


Nineteen Eighty-Four And All That…

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, is reportedly planning to abolish the Human Rights Act 1998 as soon as the dust has settled after the forthcoming referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union. Mr Cameron and his supporters aver that the rights of UK citizens will be better protected under a British Bill […]


Wolves of Wall Street… or… Paternoster Square, Beware…

In the Martin Scorsese film, The Wolf of Wall Street, Leonardo DiCaprio portrayed New York City stockbroker Jordan Belfort in an adaptation of Belfort’s memoir of the rampant corruption, fraud and criminal excess which reportedly pervaded the financial services industry on Reagan-era Wall Street and beyond. By some accounts the City of London during the […]


A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush: “bird’s nest” co-parenting.

For my first article of February, I thought I would look at a new movement that has travelled from the US to the UK, and it’s called “bird’s nest” co-parenting. One of the issues that many parents have when they decide to separate is where the children should live, and how much time they should […]


Consumer Protection – are you still non-compliant?

Amendments made to the existing Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations (2008) meant that from October 2014, anyone who has been a victim of misleading or aggressive practices including assured short-hold tenants could bring civil proceedings to redress the situation they find themselves in. Prior to October 2014, if property (or other) businesses used unfair […]