For landlords of residential properties, 2019 is gearing-up to be a year where the balance of power between the landlord and the tenant, shifts. Until recent times, much of the power lay with a
Baines Wilson have made two further appointments to their commercial property team. Kathryn Dean joins as an associate and Lucie Barnes, an experienced specialist in property litigation, joins as
Mr Plaistow was employed at HMP Woodhill as a Prison Officer. After his induction, he was asked if he was gay by his custodial supervisor at which he disclosed that he was bisexual. At his
Baines Wilson, Commercial Lawyers, teamed up with Keswick Rugby Club to raise money for social enterprise Amy’s Care in relation to the Aspatria and Penrith matches over the festive period. The
Eileen Jolly has become the oldest person to win an age discrimination case. She successfully sued her former employer for unfair dismissal on the grounds of age, disability and breach of contract.
Mr Awan was employed as a Security Agent at Heathrow Airport. His contract of employment entitled him to both contractual sick pay and a long term disability benefit plan. Mr Awan was on sick leave