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Archive - 2013

The new Equality Act and its implications

October 2010

It has been hailed as a landmark move to harmonise discrimination legislation and to strengthen the law to support progress on equality. But what will the Equality Act mean in practice for employers and employees? The Act will have a big impact on employers and
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Adams & Remers announces expansion and London office opening

September 2010

Adams & Remers is expanding with the opening of a new office in St James’s, London. The office will open in mid September and will initially comprise two new corporate partners, a senior insurance litigator, three corporate assistants and support staff. The new office and
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Default Retirement Age to be Abolished

August 2010

The Government has announced that it will remove the default retirement age of 65 from October 2011, with a phasing out process starting from April 2011. The Default Retirement Age (DRA) was introduced in 2006 and it has allowed employers to force staff to retire
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Trusts – Not Just For The Wealthy

July 2010

The assumption that trusts are only useful for financial planning for the wealthy should be revisited by people looking to reduce their exposure to nursing home fees says Adams & Remers LLP. Lisa Gibbins, solicitor at Adams & Remers comments: “Whilst most people probably associate
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Capitalising Maintenance to Protect Divorcee Retirement Income

Women who have received a lifetime maintenance order following their divorce should consider capitalising their maintenance in advance of the former husband’s retirement or they may face a big drop in income warns Adams & Remers solicitors. Katherine Gage, Solicitor at Adams & Remers comments:
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