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Sep 27 2011

Hot Topics – W/C Sept 26 2011

1. Employment – There are many unfair dismissal actions arising out of confusion over new retirement age provisions; we are in a transitional period. Employers don’t get it wrong; it could cost you £1,000’s! Contact Stuart Atherton Head of Employment. Employers get protected, ask about our Guardian Scheme

2. Sewers and Drains – The transfer of ownership of Sewers & Drains is taking place under new rules and time is running out to object. Any concerns contact Del Cudd Property Law Specialist

3. Accidents – Had an accident because of spillages onto the highway? Recent case determined that the Council was liable. Any accident matters contact Richard Howe Head of Personal Injury

4. Paternity Leave – New rules for additional Paternity Leave. These rules are very complex. Employers and Employees should both take heed. Contact Stuart Atherton and discuss The Guardian Scheme and how it protects Employers

5. Bribery Act – The new…

Sep 15 2011

Cappuccino Girls – When Peter Lynn Met Peter Lynn

Cappuccino Girls

Actor Dean Verbeck, who plays the well respected lawyer Peter Lynn in Mal Pope’s Cappuccino Girls, came face to face with the real Peter Lynn and presented him with a signed script from the Mal & the Cast at The Revue rehearsal studios, Wind Street, Swansea

Mal Pope’s unique production Cappuccino Girls opens from Thursday, September 22, until Christmas Eve in The South Wales Evening Post Theatre at High Streets newly constructed £25 million Urban Village.

The show which was created by Mal and piloted in Manchester in 2009 where it received 5 star reviews is based on a fictional theme…

Sep 5 2011

We Are Premier League

Swansea Win Promotion

“We are Premier League, we are Premier League…”

This was the resounding chant from the Championship Play Off Final, Wembley Stadium on Monday 30th May 2011. Swansea City had just made history, beating Reading by 3 goals to 2 to claim their place in the English Premier League, arguably the finest and richest football league in the world.

This fantastic achievement saw Swansea overshadowing their big city rivals in Cardiff as the first Welsh side to gain entry to the Premier League and with it came a huge financial windfall to the tune of £90,000,000.00

With the global economy in such turmoil,…